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    • Serena Hernandez

      Interesting idea for starting plants - kind of like mini greenhouses

    • Katie Bauer

      Inexpensive Mini Greenhouses - These worked PHENOMENALLY for seed starting this year. It was nice to be able to easily carry them all in when there was a frost warning. I kept the lids on during the day to keep heat/moisture in. - Garden Ideas

    • Sarah Borjal

      Good idea! Inexpensive Mini Greenhouses - These worked PHENOMENALLY for seed starting this year. It was nice to be able to easily carry them all in when there was a frost warning. I kept the lids on during the day to keep heat/moisture in.

    • Vicki Case

      Interesting idea for starting plants. Little Green houses. good idea

    • Juliana Jenkins Gaciarek

      Place your seed starter pots in a clear plastic container as a mini greenhouse. Keep the lid on to increase the temperature as seeds grow and it also keeps bugs out! Interesting idea!

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