It may seem like winter won't loosen its grip where you live, but no matter what the weather is like, we are getting closer to spring. Hooray! We've started planning our vegetable garden early this year by planting seeds indoors. In fact, Erik bought a heating mat for our seed trays to help them germinate.
Not all gardeners are sold on heating mats but Erik is always game for a new experiment. I just want to have success with the seeds so I can learn something new. Planting seeds is a great way to get kids interested in gardening. Hopefully, we'll have carrot and pea seedlings ready to plant in the ground in about six weeks.
You can start growing seeds indoors easily without a heating mat. Just do your homework on the best vegetables and flowers to grow in your region.
Please share any gardening tips in the comments!