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Grow Plants from Seeds with this Seed Starter Hack

Seed Starters from Toilet Paper Rolls

If you still need to get your seeds started for the planting, try this gardening hack using old toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls! If you use paper towel rolls, you will need to cut to size (as mentioned in directions below). Whichever you decide to use, it will work the same!

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Make Seed Starters from Toilet Paper Rolls!

Seed Starters Directions

  1. If using paper towels, cut roll into 3 to 4 inch sections.
  2. Place them upright into your empty plastic container.
  3. Fill each paper towel roll up three quarters the way with loose soil, water, and press your soil down.
  4. Place about five seeds into each paper towel roll and top off with loose soil.
  5. Water and place in a window sill in the sunlight.
  6. Water morning and night but do not flood.
  7. Seedlings should start to grow after 7-10 days (may be different according to which seeds you planted).

It doesn't take long before you can plant into your garden for the spring/summer planting season!

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Grow Plants from Seeds with this Seed Starter Hack

Seed Starters from Toilet Paper Rolls

Easy seed starter hack using empty paper towel rolls or toilet paper rolls. This only takes 7-10 days before the seeds start to grow!

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Ingredients

  • Organic Seed Starting Potting Soil
  • Herb Seeds of Choice (parsley and oregano are in these pics)
  • Empty Toilet Paper Rolls or Paper Towel Rolls
  • Water
  • Empty Clean Plastic To-Go Container

Instructions

  1. If using paper towels, cut roll into 3 to 4 inch sections.
  2. Place them upright into your empty plastic container.
  3. Fill each paper towel roll up three quarters the way with loose soil, water, and press your soil down.
  4. Place about five seeds into each paper towel roll and top off with loose soil.
  5. Water and place in a window sill in the sunlight.
  6. Water morning and night but do not flood.
  7. Seedlings should start to grow after 7-10 days (may be different according to which seeds you planted).