Starting seeds can be a fun way to know what you are growing, along with getting a jump on the season whether planting veggies or flowers.
When we grow plants or flowers in the backyard, we often use seed starting pots and trays. They are very easy to use and they do a good job of protect the plant when it is young and weak.
One important item to make sure your seedlings are getting off to a good start and are healthy is making sure the soil, pots and flats are clean and sanitized to reduce potential diseases such as fungus.
For a nice 5 step plan on cleaning and sanitizing seed-starting pots, check out the link below…