8 Proven Harvest® Veggies to Plant from Seed
If you are looking to get a jump on your vegetable garden, starting seeds indoors is a great option to consider. You can start vegetable seeds up to 6 weeks before the last threat of frost has passed, then transplant or move them outdoors after the frost-free date for your area.
Some vegetables, like tomatoes, take time to germinate and add size, so they can really use the head start before planting them outdoors. Other plants, like beans, squash and cucumbers are often direct sown into gardens or containers.
Seed packets include a wealth of information on germination, when to start seeds indoors, when to move the plants outdoors as well as other details. Use this information to determine if and when you should start seeds indoors, which seeds can be sown directly outside, and things like planting depth and spacing. Seeds can be a great way to economically grow vegetables and herbs for you and your family.
Here are six Proven Harvest® vegetables to start indoors
Sweet Italian Basil
Slicer Type Tomato
Snack Size Tomato
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