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Seed Starting Tray, Reclaimed Cedar Wood

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Plenty early for your fall planting, medium size wooden greenhouse flats will help your seeds sprout more easily.

11.5" x 10.5" x 3"
292mm x 267mm x 76mm

Made from durable old-growth reclaimed wood.

Also available:

Packs of three for $55
Packs of five for $84

Built to endure. With strong clear grain cedar wood, corrosion resistant hardware, and waterproof food-safe glue, these seed flats will provide many years of seed germination.

Like clay pots, cedar wood naturally regulates temperature and absorbs excess water. Your plants' roots won't become too cold or too hot, thereby helping to provide your seeds with the very best conditions.

Although cedar naturally absorbs excess moisture, you may want to drill small holes in the bottom for better drainage.

When transplanting from this style seed flat, simply separate the seedlings by slicing through the soil between
plants with a knife, and transplant each piece of soil.

Growing your own plants from seed can be a rewarding hobby and allows gardeners to grow varieties that may not be available from local growers.

Starting seeds in containers like this one saves space as compared to seeding directly into individual pots. This type of flat is also very easy to label and organize.

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Seed Starting Tray, Reclaimed Cedar Wood


  • Material: cedar
  • Only ships to United States from Washington, United States.
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