How to read a seed packet


Shown is an example of the information found on a seed packet. Submitted photoIf you are like me, you have already ordered and received vegetable and ornamental seed packets for planting this spring.
The worst thing you can do is open them and start planting directly into the garden without carefully reading the cultivation information printed on the packet of seeds.
The cultivation information can vary greatly from seed company to seed company. Some companies divulge bare minimum information, p...

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