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Sprouting Seeds

Last week I did a post on Planting Seeds Has Never Been So Easy!  It has been 1 week since I planted my sugar snap peas in that post and I wanted to do an update showing you how quickly my seeds have sprouted and how easy it is to grow your own plants from seeds.

My daughter and I planted my seeds last weekend and in 1 week they have already started to sprout out of the soil.  I watered them right after I planted the seeds and then watered them 1 other time in the week.  We also had 1 day of rain which really helped speed these seeds along.

Planting My Seeds

 

Here is a short video showing you the progress of my peas as well as a few of my other plants.  It really is super easy to plant straight from seeds.  I hope this short video will inspire you to give it a try!

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6 thoughts on “Spring Planting, Sowing Seeds & Sprouting Seeds”

  1. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    I have some things sprouting as well. My organic compost is little more “poopy” this year than it was last year. I spent a lot of time breaking up the soil and integrating it in but still very “chunky”. We had a lot of rain for about a week but the ground dried up quickly. I watered tonight but lots of cracks in the dirt. Should I try to reseed or hang out a few more days and see what happpens? I have things sprouting in almost every square I have planted, except the butternut squash and brussel sprouts. I have herbs sprouting indoor so may transplant this weekend. I am getting tomato, pepper and strawberry plants this weekend. I tried pepper from seeds but nothing after almost 2 weeks. : (

  2. lom8nance says:

    Look fantastic, Halle! Thank you so much for sharing at Rural Thursdays!

  3. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    Rhonda, somehow I missed your comment (still getting use to this new timeline! Your compost will pick up as it gets warmer. Did you reseed or not? You didn’t have luck last year either with all of your rain. To cold for butternut squash to sprout and peppers need it warmer to germinate. My peppers grew great from seeds but I started them indoors and with a heating pad underneath them. Let me know what you decided to do about your seeding.

  4. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    I started the pepper plant inside but didn’t use a heating pad(leanred something else). We have had more rain this week and there is growth. I will probably reseed some tomorrow if there are still bare spots. All the radishes sprouted. It has been in the 80s here already & 50s at night. Who knows what kind of summer we will have.

  5. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    I started the pepper plant inside but didn’t use a heating pad(leanred something else). We have had more rain this week and there is growth. I will probably reseed some tomorrow if there are still bare spots. All the radishes sprouted. It has been in the 80s here already & 50s at night. Who knows what kind of summer we will have.

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