Best Seed Starter Kits

Updated March 2019
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Seed starter kits are created to help you start your garden inside from seed. They contain small pots, which are ideal for growing and protecting your seedlings until their root system is strong enough to survive outside. The best starter kits include some kind of clear dome, which can act as a mini-greenhouse while you get your early season seeds started. Not all kits come with the seeds, but some do. Peat moss planters have the advantage of allowing you to plant the seedling directly in the ground without having to disturb its root system. The peat moss planters often include pellets, which allow you to grow without soil. The moss then completely biodegrades in the ground as the plant grows. If you are limited on space, or want to completely separate the types of seeds you are growing, try a model that comes with a set of 10 to 12 pack trays with domes.

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