Snip the seeds just a bit, soak them overnight, and prepare for seedlings just 3 days later!
Time to reuse! Turn plastic bottles into tiny greenhouses to encourage your seeds.
Finally, a use for those tiny white coffee pods that will actually help the earth!
Some plants, like lemon trees, prefer warmer temperatures to germinate, so know your seeds.
As you're readying your soil medium, use empty inserts or pots to pack down the filled ones.
Eggshells aren't only a cute nest for your seeds, they're nutritious and can go right in the ground.
Fold newspaper into seedling pots - they retain moisture and can be buried with the plant root.
If you don't feel like folding up newspapers, line a TP tube with paper and use that instead.
Jump start seedlings by laying them on a wet paper towel & sealing them in a Tupperware.
Instead of spending on a heat pad, arrange your trays atop your warm clothing washer.
Add some cinnamon to your soil mix to use its antifungal and antimicrobial benefits.
Some plants prefer extreme cold. Apple seeds can stratify in the fridge before planting.