This is very simple way to start your seeds and be ready just when the season starts.

Step 1: Only One: Ready, Set & Go!

Get any kind of pot your plan to use, put potting mix inside, put your seeds, water properly....

Get a piece of plastic wrap big enough to cover your pot, cover your pot and that's all.

I use small yogurt plastic containers as pots. You can see the seedlings growing through the plastic wrap. Once the seedlings are big enough (but still small to transplant) you can open the greenhouse by removing the plastic wrap. This could also be done to water properly.

I need to get started on this. Even though it was snowing this week.
<p>You could start them inside.... although the idea is that the plastic wrap helps conserving the heat... </p>

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Bio: Website in Spanish with some details about the garden I try to keep in my balcony
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