See what CafeMoms are saying about saving time this holiday season..
So its really rainy today and i'm so anxious to get my hands in the mud. We have planted our peas and going to put in some swiss chard and radish. Obviously living in Michigan I can't plant a lot of things yet but i'm really trying out planting somethings earlier.
Anyway, I'm making seed tape to plant when it stops raining (if it ever stops raining).
The great thing about seed tape is that you don't necessarily have to thin your seeds afterwards. You can use a ruler and get the spacing right ready to put into the ground. Using toilet paper, flour and water glue and a ruler you can start some tape rolls ready for when you are gardening.
Has anyone ever done it before? did it work well for you?