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Chapter 3. Growing Plants from Seeds

You can grow your seedlings two ways: in the ground or in containers. Naturally, both have advantages and disadvantages. In general, seedlings in the ground (called bareroot seedlings) grow slower than seedlings grown in containers, especially when containers are in a greenhouse or sheltered growing area. For the novice, the choice boils down to personal preference, space availability, whether or not you have a greenhouse, and soil quality


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