You want to start your seeds…
…but you aren’t into the diy seed starting projects.
It’s all good and I understand.
If you want to buy a seed starting tray, but not sure what to look for, then read this.
I want to help you to get a quality seed starting tray and provide you with the information that will help you to buy one.
If you want to buy a seed starting tray, but not sure what to look for, then read this. — Tweet This.
5 things to look for in a quality seed tray
- Good Drainage
Make sure your seedling tray has good drainage so your seeds don’t rot. There should be holes at the bottom of each cell.
- The Substrate
The soil or plugs should have good water retention qualities and be porous for vigorous root growth.
- Easy Transplanting
You should be able to easily stick your finger under the seedling cell and pop up the seedling when you are ready to transplant.
- Convenient Transporting
A seed kit that comes with a sturdy bottom tray makes it easy to move your seeds from place to place.
A reusable seed starter is always best for you pocket book and the environment!
This list is courtesy of The Greenhouse Catalog. Check out their selection of seed starting supplies.
Win a seed starting tray
If you are reading this post before 11:59pm EST on March 15, 2012, you can win a Smart Float Seed Tray from the Greenhouse Catalog by clicking here.
Are you starting your garden in a seed starting tray? Let me know in the comments below.