Any gardener worth their salt is already longing to get back into the garden. Each day of blue sky and sunshine makes most green thumbs itch for the opportunity to dig in the soil.
You don’t have to wait until spring officially arrives. You can begin your gardening chores by starting seeds indoors. Then when mild weather and temperatures arrive, you’ll be ready to transplant your young seedlings into your garden.
Today’s guest is David Trinklein, horticulture specialist for University of Missouri Extension.
Check out this MU Extension publication to learn more about starting seeds.