Starting Herbs and Perennials Indoors – Seed Mix and Planting Techniques: The Rusted Garden 2013

Many herbs and perennials can be started indoors 10-12 weeks early because they can take 2-3 weeks to germinate. I show you the basics of seed starting mixes…

20 Responses to “Starting Herbs and Perennials Indoors – Seed Mix and Planting Techniques: The Rusted Garden 2013”

  1. Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, local nurseries. You want to shop around a little as prices vary a lot sometimes.

  2. I like it :D where do i buy tht stuff called the seed starting potting mix?

  3. worldgardener.blogspot.com a very good gardening blog

  4. I can tell the herbs a part so I dont often label them. I use them in the kitchen a lot and can tell by smell.

  5. Nataliya Chepurnova Reply August 2, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    Don’t you need to label it?

  6. You dont have too. It is nice big leaf plant that grows nicely. It will take on size quickly once in the ground.

  7. Nataliya Chepurnova Reply August 2, 2013 at 1:44 pm

    What if you over seed sage?

  8. What country?

  9. In my region, the gardening season is in winter. Because summer is too hot!

  10. Yep. Planting inside does make the blizzards a bit more warm.

  11. Nice job, this was informative and helpful from a blizzard is blowing outside at Full Circle Farm Maine. We just planted our herbs.

  12. I am actually going to shoot an new video series in like 10 minutes called 2 minute Garden Tips. I am doing the first tip as preparing seed starting mix and bottom watering. To answer your question…. pre wet it for all seeds. Water it from the bottom not on top. Fill the seed tray 1/3 with water and what every isnt absorb after 20-30 minutes dump out. All this will be in next video… weird you asked as I am setting it up.

  13. Thanks for the great information Gary. I am going to sow my own herbs this year and I already learned something new from this video. Now do you wet the seed starting mix for all your plants and veggies or just the herbs? And how do you know how much water to put in the soil to wet it? Do you just sprinkle it in or pour it or what?
    Thanks from a fellow gardener. Bev

  14. I just subscribed to your channel! Awesome videos :) I also make gardening videos on youtube :)

  15. Good Point. These seeds happen to germinate clearly for identification. But tomatoes…. oh no! So label is right.

  16. DON’T FORGET TO LABEL EACH CONTAINER! lol Great information on HOW TO SEED, especially the tips on pre- moistening the mix and bottom watering.

  17. The light helps and might as well get some gardening done too. Good luck

  18. Nice video Gary, very easy to follow and some really good tips.
    You’re right – it is a good activity on these long winter days.
    Spending a lot of time under the grow room lights to help with S A D
    (seasonal affect disorder) ha ha

  19. Good luck. A good activity to beat the cold.

  20. Getting ready to do the same.