Seeds from winter plants may be the best thing for your garden this winter, but planting seeds from spring plants may not be so good.
The first spring seeds come in the fall, so you’ll want to prepare them by the first week of January.
But if you plant seeds from late spring through fall, you may end up with seeds that are hard to get in the ground and require additional care to keep them from bursting.
If you’re planning to plant seeds in spring, the seeds need to be properly ground, as they are prone to breaking and spreading disease, says Pauline Smith, a certified seed plant technician in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
She says that germination is dependent on soil conditions, as well as whether the plant has a full-blown seedling, a green or yellow one that can grow from a single seed.
Soil conditions are important, so if you’re planting seeds at the beginning of the growing season, it’s best to use soil that’s well drained, and not too wet, she says.
Smith recommends using compost, which is a compost that’s mixed with water and manure.
It’s good for germination because it helps retain nutrients and encourages plants to grow.
But compost also contains phosphorus and other nutrients, so it can cause problems for the plants.
Smith says that’s why it’s important to use a fertilizer that’s appropriate for the type of soil you’re using.
In winter, you’ll have to use manure to keep plants warm.
But Smith says there’s no need to worry about germination and that manure is also a good way to keep the soil warm.
But compost can be a hassle to use because it tends to clog up drainage pipes.
So you can mix the compost in with the soil to keep things moving and make the compost easier to clean.
To prepare for a spring planting, start by taking seeds out of a plant, and then mix them with water.
After mixing, use a small amount of manure and a little bit of compost.
The mixture will be fine.
If soil conditions are good, then it’s time to get started planting.
Smith recommends planting seeds in early spring, but she also suggests planting them from late April through early May.
If the plants are too small to hold seeds, then you can use a plant from the same plant or the same garden, or even a similar species, to make a larger planting.
Smith says that a seed that’s a few inches tall can make a nice planting.
If you’re lucky, you might get a few plants.
She also says that it’s good to start planting seeds a little at a time, to give the plants time to develop.
You can also start planting seedlings from late fall through early spring.
But this is the time to check for problems.
If there are any problems, like soil conditions or pests, you should remove them.
But even though spring is the best time to plant, Smith says you shouldn’t just plant them because of the season.
The plants should be properly cared for and you’ll need to do it every year.