Starting A Garden

Vegetable Seedlings

Anonymous added on December 2, 2010 | Answered

I've had a vegetable garden for a couple years now and every year I improve it. I was wondering if there are certain vegetables I can start growing indoors in early spring to plant as seedlings in early summer? Would I get better results if I did this?

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Answered on December 2, 2010

Most vegetables can be started indoors in spring. The only things that do not do well started in spring indoors is really anything that grows quickly, like carrots or radishes. These are best planted in the ground.

Starting indoors allows you to grow a greater variety of plants more cheaply and also can give them a head start on growing.

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