Start Seeds with Kitchen Items

Basic kitchen items can make it easier to start seeds for your garden.

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Basic kitchen items can make it easier to start seeds for your garden.

Use recipe boxes, muffin tins and paper towel tubes to get your garden off to a good start this year. Watch the video above to see how.

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