The end of the dreadful, long, cold New England winter is nearby—my favorite time of the year besides a hot summer night. It's completely acceptable to start thinking about planting seeds for your summer crops. The stores have started putting their winter gear away and whipping out the big guns, SEEDS. One of my favorite things to do is get dirty in the garden. Digging up soil, laying in my seedlings on a warm day with my little boys giggling in the background is just heavenly.
|FHPBL-6G only $19.95 for a pack of 25.|
Started out by purchasing our egg cartons. We went with FHPBL-6G only $19.95 for a pack of 25. You can use them over and over again, it's a really a great buy. They are clear and actually very pretty. You can also write on the top which seeds you are planting with a dry erase marker and then wipe it off when you take them out… Or stick your own label on one! We planted our lettuce seeds first, they are a more hardy plant and can be planted in the ground before summer really arrives. We have never done lettuce before, so we'll see what happens.
|Lettuce Seeds, available at any garden store.|
Enjoy your seedlings with Goose Egg Cartons!
—Wendy T., Creative Dept.