How I Start Annual Seeds Indoors | 2020 Zone 6b Gardening



pamsprettyplants #leafpetters #zone6garden Hello my sweet friends! In today’s video, I am showing you how I personally start my zone 6b / 7a garden seeds …

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  1. I'm very excited about watching you plant your garden and seeing how it fares over time!
    You got me liking all your plants Pam!..lol
    I hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

  2. Does anyone know where I can order milkweed seeds? I want to give the monarchs a place to lay their eggs. The stupid town mows the roadsides. I’m thinking petitions to halt this practice. It’s not protecting people from ticks so it doesn’t seem necessary here in New England.

  3. Parsley is a pain. If I remember last year correctly, it takes a long time to propagate. I had it like crazy last year. I didn't use any special soil mix. Just coconut husk. It absolutely loved that stuff.

  4. Amazing how fast the seeds grow. Love the Coleus, I took cutting from one of my Coleus last year, but left it water to long. Going to try an bring them in this year. 😀

  5. 💚💚💚
    Just started my seeds inside last week.
    Carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce, jalapenos, bell peppers, cilantro… I feel like I'm forgetting something. Just waiting to be able to plant my green beans and peas.
    My son had to have sensitive plant and coleus seeds so we will see how those "grow".

  6. Thank you! This was super informative! It also made it really clear as to why I've killed every poor little herb seedling I've ever tried to start – because I did not do these things! 😊

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