Unseasonably warm weather can put a damper on your winter sowing season. Every time we have a mild winter, I get tons of people asking what to do. So, Continue Reading
Winter sowing is a fun and easy way to start seeds outdoors in the snow and freezing cold. You plant the seeds in upcycled plastic containers, put them outside during the middle of winter, and forget about them until spring.
The plastic containers act like mini greenhouses, and the seeds will grow when the weather warms up in the spring. If you want to experiment with a different method of growing seeds, then this is for you!
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The main key to success with winter sowing is using the right types of seeds. So you'll definitely want to read all about choosing the best seeds for winter sowing.
Equally important is finding the best containers to make your mini greenhouses, and also preparing them for planting. Learn all about winter sowing containers here.
You'll also want to be sure to use the right type of soil, because using the wrong kind could only end in frustration. Here's how to choose the best soil for winter sowing.
If you're not familiar with this technique, and want to give it a try, then start by reading my quick-start winter sowing guide. There you will learn all about it, and get instructions for how to get started.
If you want to learn everything there is to know, then you should definitely download a copy of my Winter Sowing eBook.