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Spacing and Timing for Indoor Seed Starting

By Joannabanana
March 3, 2012

Even after many years of starting seeds indoors, I make the same mistake year after year. I inevitably run out of room. Partly because I sow way too many plants (can’t help it), but truly, I have not planned my spacing appropriately

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Name: Mona
Guntown, Ms (Zone 7b)
I love nature & everything outdoors
Daylilies Dog Lover
Mar 3, 2012 10:38 AM CST
Your trays appear to be very deep. Where do you purchase them? I realize you're a looooonnnggg way from Northeast Mississippi, but if you get them online, it really does make us closer together! I start daylily seeds in the gh and these trays look like they would be great. In case you are not familiar with daylily seeds, they are about pea size. Maybe a big pea but not quite pinto bean size since they are basically round.

Thanks for any help, Mona
Name: Joanne
Calgary, AB Canada (Zone 3a)
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Mar 3, 2012 11:01 AM CST
Hi Mona,

I buy those from Lee Valley Tools. They are the best. two sizes 72 cell (about 1.5" dia cells) and 32 cell (about 2" dia cells). Lee Valley sells them in sets of 3 per size, which includes the water pan for each. The two on the left are the Lee Valley prop trays
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