Citrus Peel Seedling Starter Pot

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So when you think of things you can do with your citrus peels, using them as a seedling starter pot is probably one of the last things you would ever think of.

Well it turns out that you can use them for this purpose, and it is actually a pretty simple process. Save yourself some money, stop buying seedling trays and buy oranges, lemons and grapefruits instead.

Citrus Peel Seedling Starter Pot
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • seeds
  • citrus peels
  • water
  • potting soil
  • sharp knife

She says she gets the majority of her peels as a waste product of her jam making. I bet you could just cut an orange, grapefruit or lemon in half. Remove the juicy edible part and you are ready to go.

The other advantage of using peels is that you can just plant it into the ground with the seedling. It will decompose over time and even provide some added nutrients to the soil.

You can follow step by step instructions on My Roman Apartment blog, here…

Citrus Peel Seedling Starter Pot


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