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Start Flower Seeds Indoors and Get a Head Start on Gorgeous

Your garden may not exactly be bursting with color this time of year, but don't miss out on this prime time to buy flower seeds. Growing flowers from seeds indoors will not only save you money compared to buying plants, it will also help your garden get a head start on the blooming season. Flowers add color, fragrance and personality to your outdoor spaces, and some flowers can attract butterflies or hummingbirds, make homemade potpourri, or even add spice to your meals. Planting a combination of annuals and perennials will fill your garden with a variety of gorgeous blooms from spring until fall. So why wait to start putting together the highlight of your outdoor living space? Read on to learn about 4 beautiful flowers that you can start from seed indoors while the frost is still on the ground.

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  • Joyce
    Joyce Billings, MT
    on Jan 30, 2013

    I need to start my own seeds, as yard has become expensive when replacing annuls each year. I don't have a greenhouse, and windows for sunshine are not located right in our home. Can you help me on how to get started. My husband bought me a "flower tower" for my birthday - it has 65 holes to plant. Last summer wave petunias were $3.79 each. figure I'll go bankrupt is I have to buy all of them.

  • 360 Sod (Donna Dixson)
    360 Sod (Donna Dixson) Buford, GA
    on Jan 30, 2013

    @ go to Walter Reeves site, he has some great advice on seed starting. I think he also has some information on seed companies that he respects.

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