Indoor Seed Starting Using Jiffy Peat Pellet Greenhouses: A Step-by-Step Walkthrough 4
As you continue to garden over the seasons, you’ll learn what works for you and what doesn’t — but that comes with exploring your options. Some gardeners prefer to start their seeds indoors using Jiffy peat pellet greenhouses because of their structural and design benefits, using peat to start your seeds has its perks and transplanting seedlings growing out of the expanded peat pellets is very convenient. In this article we’ll be walking you through the steps of using any of the Jiffy peat pellet greenhouses, from their assembly all the way to putting them to use.
Jiffy Seed Starting Peat Strip Trays, Peat Strip Tray Greenhouses & Organic Seed Starting Soil Mix: What are they to gardeners? How are they used for gardening? 7
Jiffy Peat Strip Tray bundles come in either 8 or 10 cell strips while Jiffy Peat Strip Seed Starting Greenhouses will come with celled trays made of Jiffy’s Canadian peat moss, a watertight tray and a clear humidity dome. If you’re a new or a novice gardener, then we suggest beginning with one of our Jiffy Peat Strip Greenhouses. You can use your tray and dome multiple times; simply replenish the peat strips when you need to.
How are Jiffy Seed Starting Indoor Greenhouses used? What are the benefits to using Jiffy's indoor greenhouses? 1
Is it that time of the gardening season again already?! As winter carries on and we begin to slowly approach the final frost dates for each growing zone throughout the United States, we are here to cover yet another *amazing* group of gardening accessories by Jiffy: Indoor Seed Starting Greenhouse Kits!
Jiffy Seed Starting Peat Pellets: Where they're from, how they're used and what makes them great! 9
Yes, you can start seeds indoors in a number of ways, but we're here to make the process as easy for you as possible thanks to Jiffy’s wonderful line of seed starting kits & accessories: we’re talking Peat Pellets, Peat Pots, Mini Greenhouses and more.