Starting seeds indoors : Yard and Garden : Garden : University of Minnesota Extension

The calendar shows us that we have turned the page to Spring 2018. But take one look out your window today or listen to the forecast, and we all know it sure doesn’t look or feel like spring. Realistically, it’s going to take good week or more of steady spring like temps to get the snow melt going and start to see plants turning green.

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But, like many folks, if you are anxious to dust off your shovels and dig into the garden, we found a great article for you to read. The University of Minnesota Extension has a fully detailed article about starting your seeds indoors. Click here to read the full article.
At Parkway Lawn Service, we are anxious for Spring 2018 to arrive as well. We look forward to help get your lawns back in shape just as soon as the weather safely permits.

Source: Starting seeds indoors : Yard and Garden : Garden : University of Minnesota Extension