TRG 2016: The Over-Seeding Approach To Garden Herbs: An Oregano Example


I made a video on this several years ago but I wanted to reintroduce the principle. It is a very effective way to start herbs. I start my herbs, the slower growing perennials, 10-12 weeks before they will go outside. This way I get a large harvest for the season. Following how herb seeds fall naturally in Nature, I over-seed the starting cells. From one cell I will end up with four transplants. In this example I plant 20-30 oregano seeds in one cell.

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