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Seed Starting Supplies

It has taken years to find the perfect way to start all our vegetables indoors.  These are the pots and start mixes that we use.  Ones that work and produce beautiful plants.

  • Jobe's Water Soluble Fertilizer

    Jobe's Water Soluble Fertilizer

    I never used fertilizer for my starts until the year we started doing some hydroponics.  Scott had taken over the seedling room and used some hydroponic fertilizers and the plants were HUGE.  Since that time I searched for a good fertilizer...

  • Seed Starting Kit

    Seed Starting Kit

    SOLD OUT Everything you need to get started with starting your own seeds.  This kit contains a Jiffy Easy Grow Greenhouse to start your seeds in, a small seed starting mix that has enough soil to fill your greenhouse trays, a heat mat to aid...

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  • Window Sill Seed Starting Kit

    Window Sill Seed Starting Kit

    Everything you need to get started with starting your own seeds in a nice, compact little set-up.  It contains two small greenhouses that each hold 12 small cells.  A nice size for a small garden.  The heat mat fits nicely under the...

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  • Coconut Coir

    Coconut Coir

    SOLD OUT   I have struggled for years to find the best base for a seed starting mix.  I have never been happy with a peat based mix.  Peat moss hates water, and you have to really work at it to get it wet.  Once it dries out, it...

  • Perlite


    Perlite is a volcanic glass that looks like little styrofoam beads.  It is used in soil mixtures to lighten the soil and prevent it from compacting.  I like using it in equal parts with vermiculite in my seed starting mix.   The small bag...

  • Vermiculite


    Vermiculite is a mineral that is commonly used in soiless seed starting mixes.  It is great at retaining moisture while lightening and aerating the soil.  It is also good at releasing moisture and nutrients slowly to the plant roots.  I...

  • Worm Castings

    Worm Castings

    I used to not fertilize my seedlings, but after doing a bit of hydroponics, I realized that I wasn't treating my seedlings well.  I didn't want to use anything artificial, so I found these wonderful worm castings to add to the seed starting mix...

  • Mykos Soil Inoculant (Mycorrhiza)

    Mykos Soil Inoculant (Mycorrhiza)

    We were looking for a better inoculant, one that works on more than just legumes, and we found it!  Mycorrhiza is a beneficial fungus that lives on the roots of your plants.  It makes little threads that transport water and nutrients to the...

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  • 6-Cell Inserts (quantity of 4)

    6-Cell Inserts (quantity of 4)

    SOLD OUT The economical way to start your seedlings, these little cells work for smaller starts.  If you want your tomatoes to get larger indoors, you'll want to transplant or start with the larger black plastic pots.  They fit perfectly in the...

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  • 72 cell Greenhouse

    72 cell Greenhouse

    SOLD OUT An easy way to get started with starting your own plants.  This greenhouse has 72 small cells, the base and a clear plastic dome to maintain moisture and warmth.  All you have to provide is the soil and seeds and you are on your way.

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  • Hydrofarm Seedling Heat Mat

    Hydrofarm Seedling Heat Mat

    SOLD OUT This seedling heat mat is an excellent way to improve both the speed and rate of germination of your seedlings.  This waterproof heat mat increases the soil temperatures 10-20 degrees above ambient room temperatures, making your seeds happy...

  • Soil Thermometer

    Soil Thermometer

    A simple, analog thermometer to test soil temperatures.  I use it to regulate temperatures for my starts and to see when I should plant my beans, corn and squash.  Every time I'm asked when to plant beans, the right answer is when the soil...

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