ensure that your seeds are spaced correctly, reducing the need to thin your mature plants.
eliminate wasting seeds.
make planting tiny seeds much easier.
allow you to sow seeds from the comfort of your kitchen chair, instead of on your hands and knees!
SEED TAPE GLUE1 cup water1 tablespoon cornstarch
Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly to prevent lumps. Once it starts to boil and make a gel, remove it from the heat. Cool to room temperature.
Continue until all of your dots have seeds.
Seed tapes also make fantastic Mothers and Fathers Day gifts. You could even create seed tape “rosettes” and use them in place of a bow!
I originally shared this project last Spring as part of Brassy Apple’s Save Our Summer series.
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Thanks, Jessica Hill
Let's be buds.
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