Mar 28 , 2019

28 Odd But Useful Tips All DIYers Need to Know

Citrus Rind Seed StartersFamily Handyman

Citrus Rind Seed Starters

Grapefruit, orange and other citrus rinds are just the right size for starting new seedlings. Make a hole in the bottom of each one for drainage and add some damp seed-starting mix and seeds. Then, when it's time to move them outside, plant the whole works in the ground—peels and all. The citrus rinds make the soil more acidic, however, so only do this with acid-loving plants like radishes, peppers and the like. — JUDY WILDER

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