With the help of a good quality commercial seed-starting mix you can easily start an organic garden. This premium raw best seed starting mix is just the right base for your new organic garden, yielding stronger crops: faster growing, heavier root systems, and healthier leaves. The secret? Bio-blended compost, a finely balanced blend of carefully collected, bio-blended organic materials that includes high-quality essential nutrients and rich microbial communities. These combine to make a healthy, fertile soil environment that will support a healthy crop of healthy vegetables and fruit.

The right combination of these two ingredients is what makes up the best commercial seed-starting mix. And what better way to ensure that it is a great mix than by making sure that you are starting it in the right place! And by the way, I am not talking about building small bins to hold your seeds, but rather a custom designed Seed Starting Mix Tumbler that will provide you with consistent, sterile environments for planting your favorite herbs and crops.

Commercial seed starting mixes make perfect sense when it comes to proper planting of your crops. But did you know that there are other considerations that need to be made as you plan your garden? For example, do you want to go with a manual or electric sump pump for collecting the water needed for successful seedling development? Or maybe you would rather invest in a high-tech electronic sump pump with a timer or on-off control, or perhaps an automatic, self-contained sump pump.

Manual watering may be fine for the occasional rose bush or shrub, but what about the rest of your garden? Most plants, even those that you consider “hardy,” need at least an occasional, regular watering. And with most plants, frequent watering also means using potting soil that has been fertilized. Soil that is either too dry or that has been composted is not conducive to growing plants properly, no matter how hard you try!

So how should you prepare your own home garden soil? There are three main ingredients to look for in a good seed starting mix: organic ingredients, moisture and aeration. Most commercial mixes have all of these key ingredients, but they usually lack the vital ingredient: aeration. Aerating your soil will allow air pockets to form which will greatly improve both the development of seedlings and the health of their roots. Many commercial mixes do include the ingredient, but often just do not use the proper mediums or they use potting soil that has been dyed or permit which is not a very good medium to work with for growing plants.

You can purchase a variety of different starter plants from most garden centers, including African violet, clematis, heart-shaped phlox, Japanese spurge and zinnias to name a few. However, if you are looking for a fast and easy way to get started, you will want to use one of the various mixes available to get your seeds started. Most starter plants come in small plastic containers that are great for growing things in. All you have to do is add water and some fertilizer, keep the pots in the sun and away from frost and you’re ready to go. It’s a really easy way to get started and, although it may take a bit of time, it is an inexpensive way to get your seed starting mix going.