How to Start Vegetable Seeds Indoors in Winter for Spring Planting!

Serious Gardener and Chef show you how to start your own seeds at home allowing you to grow a greater diversity of vegetables! Start with the right pots, soi…

15 Responses to “How to Start Vegetable Seeds Indoors in Winter for Spring Planting!”

  1. it is not expensive with such a large lamp??

  2. What size is your heating pad? Do you mind tell me where you got it and the lamp. Thnaks

  3. I love bakers creek =)

  4. Remove dome when seedlings sprout or will cause “damping off”

  5. when do you take the domes off?

  6. Did you put any sort of insulation between the seed heating mat and your workbench?

  7. Brandon Marshall Reply April 22, 2013 at 1:55 pm

    My idea is to mimic nature as closely as possible; the sun is not always “on” Thanks for watching!

  8. Great vid. Keep us updated as to how the 14 hrs of light works for you. I have used 24 hrs of light with success for years and am wondering if there is a difference to the light schedule.

  9. Brandon Marshall Reply April 22, 2013 at 2:12 pm

    Garlic video is here…
    /watch?v=M1R-RQkzyuc

  10. Oh yes… you are right about that.

  11. Very nice tutorial, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to your garlic video!

  12. Brandon Marshall Reply April 22, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    Thanks for watching, be careful you don’t want your trays waterlogged

  13. Brandon Marshall Reply April 22, 2013 at 2:47 pm

    Thanks for watching!!

  14. That looks like a great potting mix. Looks alot better than most of the potting mixes that I’ve seen! I’m interested to see the results. I’ve subbed.

  15. Yeah.. congrats on starting. I am hoping to learn more about seed starting for my little garden next year. I know you already watered but I saw one video where a person left one cell per tray unfilled.Then he filled that one cell with water so the soil would get moist from the bottom. Wow.. you have alot of tasty veggies started. Can’t wait!