Cheap/Easy HBPG Prepper Garden Seed Starters

Sissy Bob and Sissy Sue get ready for garden planting. We try to save money any where we can, and these toilet paper rolls came in handy. And folks, one thin…

25 Responses to “Cheap/Easy HBPG Prepper Garden Seed Starters”

  1. Loved the video. I use toilet paper rolls every year to start my seedlings. They work great! I spend the winter cutting my t paper rolls in half. Another thing that I do which might be useful, is I fold the rolls flat, then in half again. This will make a square. I fill the bottom of a container with soil, then place the toilet paper rolls in the soil, side by side. (this way you don’t need a bottom on the rolls), then fill the t. paper rolls with soil, then add seeds.

  2. Hey , good video. I just started growing raised bed veggies in my backyard. I started the plants in a sunroom in pots like that. Very good moneysaver. check out my plants on my channel and please subscribe. Thanks.

  3. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 6:43 am

    Uh yeah we have lots of that stuff…uh what is it…eyelash curler. Yeah that’s at the top of our prepping list LOL Thanks for stoppin’ by.

  4. hilarious: the youtube ad at the start of the vid was for a fancy revlon spotlight eyelash curler. i’m guessing that’s right up there at the top of your prepping list…

  5. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 7:51 am

    Thank you and I hope they work as well for you as they do us. My garden is exploding with squash and what-not that were started the day we made this video :)

  6. I’m gonna try this great idea. You ladies rock.

  7. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 8:22 am

    Thank you for the great ideas :) Thanks for stoppin’ in.

  8. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 9:21 am

    Thanks for stoppin in…Did you remember the shine?

  9. Great idea. I use them for a lot of things too. I crochet a cover around them in red, add a skirt at the bottom to make it stand up, (in green) and then in a bright yellow I crochet what can pass for a small flame and sew it to the top. Great Christmas candles that can be washed easily, stored and used year after year. You can even put those little twinkle lights inside the roller and it appears that the flame is really burning. But be sure to use twinkle lights, less heat, no fires!

  10. Love your videos!! So funny!!

  11. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 10:32 am


  12. You 2 girls are great keep up the great work. Thank you

  13. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 11:04 am

    That is to funny:)

  14. i mailed neil one and took a twist tie n fixed it to a cardboard sign that read in case of zombie attack or somethin like that but i didnt tell him i was sendin it just let him get the surprise

  15. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    Sissy and I are a thinking we need a hole on the other end to attach to our survival belts, :)

  16. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    We saw the video ya did of the spork, and we liked !!!

  17. ok did yall see the spork i sent nd couey 70

  18. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 1:53 pm

    That may be a good idea, I may buy an inflatable raft and tie to our back porch :) Oh by the way Sissy & I will be talking to ya a little later on about that spork ya made, we got some ideas for it!

  19. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 2:20 pm

    Thanks for the tip we do appreciate it :)

  20. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    Thank ya a bunch for stopping by. The one thing about those rolls is that there is always a supply of them :)

  21. with all the rain we have had the garden is knee deep in mud n their saying we got chances of rain till tuesday i may have to tie my boat to the porch just in case

  22. JoeandZachSurvival Reply June 25, 2013 at 2:50 pm

    I never thought of that, great video you two, I will have to remember that. Great tip.

  23. I’m glad my silliness inspired an idea that’s great too hear :) I’ll have check out my Walmart at the end of the month see if they carry these seeds ty for cluing me in. Can’t wait for the next upload you two are full of info and laughs I’m glad somebody pointed me your way :) Keep up the good work ty .

  24. HillbillyPrepperGals Reply June 25, 2013 at 3:38 pm

    Naw that is now what Seeds of Change is, but ya have a good idea for another video for us :) Seeds of Change is a seller of organic non gmo seeds. They are now selling them at walmart, if you buy a magazine at walmart called Allyou ($2.49) it has $4.00 worth of coupons in it for the Seeds of Change, also some other good coupons, plus good articles, and cheap price for a magazine :)

  25. Thank you for replying now I got to ask seeds of change ? you planting ideas in the ground to change how the world works or something ? ;) Hope those plants don’t outgrow the house before it’s time to put them outside :)