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Seed guide

By: Garden Gate staff
Want better germination rates? Horticulturist Brie Arthur shows you how to prep any seed and determine the best planting depth in this video.

Starting your own flowers and vegetables from seed is an economical way to get a lot of plants. But if you're treating all of your garden seeds the same way, you may not be getting the best harvest you can — and wasting time and money. Some seeds germinate better if you soak them before you plant. And every seed germinates best at a unique depth. Expert Brie Arthur will show you how to get your seeds off to the best start in this handy video.

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Published: July 19, 2018

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