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Espoma Organic Seed Starter Mix

by Espoma

Please call the store at (434) 392-4192 to place your order.

All natural seed starting mix
  • For all seedlings and cuttings.
  • Promotes Root Growth
  • Improves moisture retention

Use indoors in the late Winter or early Spring to start seeds for transplanting into the garden.

Starting from seeds:

  • Fill a shallow container with Espoma Organic Seed Starter. Peat pots or special seed starting trays with drainage holes make transplanting easier.
  • Wet seeds and allow to drain.
  • Plant seeds according to package directions.
  • Place container in a warm bright location (avoid direct sunlight).
  • Keep moist by misting with a spray bottle.
  • When the plant develops its first true leaves transplant it into a larger container or outdoors in a prepared bed.

Note: Dig seedling out of its mix and extend handle with care to avoid damaging the fragile stem and root system.

Starting from Cuttings:

  • Add seed starter to a clean container and wet the mix.
  • Make a hole with a pencil, gently insert the cutting and pat the soil to close the hole.
  • Keep soil moist until roots are developed and the plant can be transplanted.

 

How to apply: 

Starting from seeds:

  • Fill a shallow container with Espoma Organic Seed Starter. Peat pots or special seed starting trays with drainage holes make transplanting easier.
  • Wet seeds and allow to drain.
  • Plant seeds according to package directions.
  • Place container in a warm bright location (avoid direct sunlight).
  • Keep moist by misting with a spray bottle.
  • When the plant develops its first true leaves transplant it into a larger container or outdoors in a prepared bed.

Note: Dig seedling out of its mix and extend handle with care to avoid damaging the fragile stem and root system.

Starting from Cuttings:

  • Add seed starter to a clean container and wet the mix.
  • Make a hole with a pencil, gently insert the cutting and pat the soil to close the hole.
  • Keep soil moist until roots are developed and the plant can be transplanted.