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The Benefits of Indoor Seed Starting, Gardening Tips in Maryland

Gardening is a skill that needs to honed over time to make you the best at it that you can possibly be. However, there are a few tips and tricks you should know that will help you create a bountiful garden.Tray sowed herbs

One of the best ways to allow your seeds to properly blossom into a full vegetable garden is by starting the seeding indoors.

Buying seeds and starting indoors has many benefits for your garden. Not only is it cheaper to buy seeds as opposed to baby plants, you also have a wider range of possibilities.

Not every plant needs to be started indoors. However, starting plants indoors will yield a more plentiful and fruitful crop. A helpful guide for which plants should be started indoors are the ones that are commonly found near the equator. Plants that are grown near the equator traditionally receive more hours of sunlight than plants grown in Maryland.

When starting seeds indoors, make sure to provide your plants with plenty of sunlight and warmth. That is what they need to grow. Also take the time to water your seeds.

Once the weather is warm enough and your plants are ready, it is time to transport them outside so they can continue growing.

Our full list of gardening tips includes:

About Evergreen Genes

In 1954, Evergreen Gene’s opened its doors in Glen Burnie, MD. The store functioned as a garden center that offered landscaping, lawn maintenance and hardscaping services. When you walk into our store, the selection of trees, flowers and other shrubbery will amaze you. Our inventory has anything that a horticulturist like yourself could possibly want.

Evergreen Gene’s is conveniently located at 401 Crain Highway South, Glen Burnie, and is open during regular business hours. We are always happy to speak with our customers, so do not hesitate to give us a call at 410-766-6877.

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