If you are considering starting some seeds this year, stop. You definitely should. It is as inexpensive and easy as you want it to be. Sure, supplies are needed to get you started, and some seeds need a little extra attention to get going, but once that is done, the seeds tend to do much of the rest. Give them warmth, light, and water, and they will grow.
A seed packet contains dozens to hundreds of potential plants and costs a fraction of what just one would cost at the nursery. And many more varieties are available from seed than what you will find for sale locally. That’s right: more plants, less cost, greater variety. Now why wouldn’t you start some seeds?
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