Mini DIY Greenhouse
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From the blogger: "It occurred to me last year when I purchased a few bell pepper plants at a local greenhouse that if I was going to give this gardening thing a real shot then I was going to need to start my own seeds. (The cost of buying plants being a little too high for my frugal self.) However, I had two major obstacles in my way, firstly I don’t have a greenhouse so I had to start my seedlings indoors and secondly I don’t have a good south facing area in my home for decent sunlight. I tackled the first problem by going to my drawing board because the second problem isn’t going to be changing anytime soon. It came to me when I was at Walmart and I stumbled upon the perfect mini greenhouses. 'Disposable' roaster pans with clear plastic lids!"
Time to CompleteIn an evening
- Top soil
- Seed starting soil
- Seeds of choice
- Tall roaster pans
- Cups to plant in
DIY Project Instructions
Poke drainage holes in the sides and bottoms of each of the cups.
Full cups half with top soil on the bottom and the other half with seed starting soil on the top.
Plant seeds as indicated on seed packet (no more then 3-4 per cup)
Cover with roaster lids and keep moist.
Put inside in a sunny and warm location.
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