Seed Starting Workshop

How to start your own seeds at home.
Seed Starting Workshop - Workshops
Skill Level: Beginner
Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes
Language: English
$0.00

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Description

Starting your own seeds can seem intimidating, but with some simple techniques and inexpensive start-up supplies, you should not be scared away! Join Penn State Extension Master Gardener Loretta DeMarco, and she will guide you through the process and answer questions. Learn which plants are easiest to grow from seed, what supplies and materials are needed, when is the right time to start your seeds indoors, and why starting your own seeds really is worth your time and effort. We’ll even start seeds that can be taken home and cared for by you, and hopefully transplanted to your garden!

Who is this for?

Individuals interested in learning about seed starting and gardening.

What will you learn?

Which plants are easiest to grow from seed, what supplies and materials are needed, when is the right time to start your seeds indoors, and why starting your own seeds really is worth your time and effort.

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