Seed Starting After Visiting Local Nursery

In this post I want to share with you what was going on April 28, 2015 in my garden shed.  Enjoy photos of seed starting ideas and unique seeds to grow that I found at a local garden center.

Garden Center Visit

Local garden centers are usually a great place to find the perfect selection of seeds to grow in your area.  In my neck of the woods we have Benchs Garden Center. Benchs Garden Center.  I love the assortment of accessories and extra growing items they always have on hand almost year-round.   They do take a break between Christmas and February to get stocked up for the growing season ahead.  In the photo below you will see the seed rack located in the accessory department.  I share more about this location on my website.

Benchs Garden Center Seeds

Can you see the Benches T-Shirt in the photo?  Everywhere my husband wheres his shirt we get asked if that is our garden center.  Smart marketing really… you pay for the t-shirt to get 10% off every visit purchase.  The garden center gets free promotion ever where you wear the shirt.

Seeds I Brought Home To Grow

Below are the seeds I brought home from this garden visit.  I like the selection at this garden center because you can’t find them anywhere else really. That is what makes local garden centers unique.

Seeds

I started the seeds using recycled items and more.  Here are the photos below with notes in each photo so be sure to click on the image to read more.

Starting SeedsWhat are you growing this year? 

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Let’s Connect

Thank you so much for stopping by my website.  I hope you will connect with me by commenting on this post. I would love to hear about the seeds you grow in your home garden.  Excited to hear from you so don’t be shy.  You can find me on social media at @brenhaas.

Happy Growing Seeds,

Bren Haas

Bren Haas

Bren Haas

Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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