Even though I started my plants so late this year they are growing strong and will soon be able to be set out in the garden. Every year I dry seeds from plants that produced good fruit. I just lay the seeds on a paper towel on the window sill for a few days and then store them separately in glass baby food jars. Here is my tray of broccoli plants.
Above are some of my tomoato plants. As the tomoato plants grow I fill in more dirt to help their stems grow straight. I learned this from my neighbor. I started cabbage, tomoatoes, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, green peppers, and hot peppers insode this year. It would be great to get ideas from others on how they save seeds and start plants.
I grew up and have lived in Iowa until recently when I moved to a small town in Illinois to begin a new chapter in my life which includes a loving supportive husband and numerous grandchildren to spoil. I have three beautiful daughters and a Miniature Schnauzer. I'm interested in anything that supports healthy families and healthy lifestyles.
Starting Plants Indoors