The GROW project, sponsored by Renee’s Garden, gets garden bloggers across the country growing the same plant from seed. We’ll share the seed starting process, tips, and ideas so we can learn from each other and newbie gardeners can learn from all of us.
It’s time to start my Nasturtium seeds for the GROW project. The first step is to make room under the seed starting light by moving the tomato seedlings to bigger pots. (Here’s an article on how to repot seedlings.)
After the tomatoes have been relocated, assemble the goods. I have a Jiffy Mini-Greenhouse, Spitfire Nasturtium seeds, and Fish Emulsion (not strictly necessary but I like to think it gives them a little boost).
Mix up the fish emulsion–two tablespoons per gallon of water. I use an old plastic apple juice jug for my “fishy water.”