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Save bunches of green by starting your own seeds indoors this spring

9:51 PM, Mar. 26, 2013
Many vegetables and garden flowers can be started indoors up to six weeks before the last frost in our area, meaning late March and April are a great time to start seeds indoors.
Many vegetables and garden flowers can be started indoors up to six weeks before the last frost in our area, meaning late March and April are a great time to start seeds indoors.
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It may not feel like it outside, but gardening season is upon us, and in basements and spare rooms everywhere, the wonder and excitement of the new spring is sprouting.

Growing your own vegetables and garden plants is a breeze when you start planning and growing your seeds now indoors. Generally, many vegetables and garden flowers can be started indoors up to six weeks before the last frost in our area, meaning late March and April are a great time to start seeds indoors.

With seeds, your choices are nearly endless. Seeds are available for any type of plant or flower you can dream of, often within ...

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