Seed Starting Trays

Seed starting trays are essential if you want to propagate seeds indoors. Many sizes are available to accommodate a few plants -- or a big garden. In short, you have a lot to choose from.

Most seedling trays -- also called germination trays -- have small compartments for keeping seedlings separate. This makes it easier to transplant the seedlings to your garden, or a larger pot, without cutting through their roots.

The GrowEase Seed Starter Kit (shown here) has self-watering trays with capillary mats to give seedlings just the moisture they need, when they need it. Clear covers maintain optimum humidity for your plants. Made of recycled plastic, the trays are reusable, too.



Shed Some Light

Give seedlings plenty of light for good growth. If you don't have window space to give up for your seed starting trays, the 18" Starter Light Stand will give your garden the right kind of light it needs.

This small light fixture will fit in just about anywhere. Just plug it in and start growing.



Kitchen Garden Propagator

The Kitchen Garden Propagator allows you to get your garden started indoors -- in a compact space.

  • Slim 7" profile fits on many windowsills

  • Kit includes 2 seed trays with clear greenhouse covers, 5 - 3" flower pots, and a waterproof drip tray

  • Deep 2" trays mean more root mass -- the secret to growing stocky, vigorous seedlings

  • Heavy-duty plastic can be used again and again



Biodegradable Cowpots

Another earth-friendly wonder! Cowpots make growing and transplanting healthy seedlings a breeze. You'll reduce transplant shock by planting the pots directly in the ground.

These biodegradable cowpots will dissolve within weeks of planting, providing your seedlings with the organic nutrients they need to grow healthy and strong.



Green Thumb Tip

Give your seedlings sufficient light for strong, healthy growth.

Seeds that are given warmth from a heat mat may become leggy seedlings if they don't get enough light.

Resources

Grow lights

Seed starting kits