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Starting Pepper Plants Indoors


Most climates in the U.S. don’t have a long growing season so unless you live in a zone with short winters, starting pepper plants indoors pre-season is essential. In this article we’ll cover basic seed starting information and some things that are specific to peppers. Here’s a summary version on how to start peppers seeds[…]

Start Pepper Seeds Indoors


When To Start Pepper Seeds Indoors It’s best to start pepper seeds indoors at least 8-10 weeks before the last frost date in your zone, not including germination time. Many pepper enthusiasts sow their seeds as early as January. This is especially helpful with tropical varieties that need a long growing season for pods to[…]

Grow Butterfly Bush from Seed


Did you know that it’s actually pretty simple to grow Butterfly Bush from seed? Although the seeds are very tiny, they’re not difficult to collect. Don’t have a plant to collect seeds from? You can actually find a good selection of Butterfly Bush seeds on Amazon. In some areas the Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii) is[…]

Cardinal Flower Seedlings Sprouted

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Cardinal Flowers Sown from Seed This is an update to my original post and video about how to grow Cardinal Flowers from seed. The Cardinal Flower seedlings sprouted. However, germination rates were better than I ever would have expected. Apparently Cardinal flowers are fairly easy to germinate from seed. Cardinal Flower Seedlings Germinated I looked[…]

Grow Foxglove from Seed

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From Tiny Seed to Beautiful Towers of Flowers The foxglove seeds are very tiny however with little effort you can easily grow foxglove from seed. This can be accomplished through a couple different methods. The first method would be to let the foxglove already growing in your garden drop its own seeds. You’ll have to[…]

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