Create markers by stapling a plant's seed packet to a chopstick and placing it inside the pot or bed. | Photo: Wendell T. Webber | thisoldhouse.com
To boost planter drainage and make heavy pots easier to move, pour leftover foam packing peanuts into the bottom and add soil on top. | Photo: Wendell T. Webber | thisoldhouse.com
Great idea to keep track of when seeds need to be planted and also to save time finding them. Organize seed packets by planting month.
Learn how to harvest wet-seeded plants, such as tomatoes or squash, to save and replant for next year's garden. | Photo: Simon Wheeler Ltd/Garden Picture Library/Getty | thisoldhouse.com
How to collect seeds from dry-seeded plants, such as peas and beans, for next year's harvest. | Photo: ©Design Pics Inc./Alamy | thisoldhouse.com
Create floral patterned packets from craft paper ahead of time using WD's mini seed packet template. Also, print a sheet or two of packet labels onto adhesive-backed paper. Arrange these materials on the seed swap table with some markers so guests can repackage and label them with the plant name, who provided the seeds and any special planting instructions. #Gardening