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I have a bunch of those Jiffy greenhouses and am wondering if I can winter sow in them. I don't have anymore room for containers sitting around in the house. Would this work if I cut holes and use the same technique? Thanks.
Well, actually ... they have those little peat pots already in them. That's why I was wondering if you could use the WS technique with them. I'd like to just stick them outside like the rest. Didn't know if anyone else had done this.
I think it would work fine! Peat pots tend to dry out easily for me, so you might want to consider adding some polymer moisture crystals to your WS mix. I think using those crystals is why I had reasonable luck in my salad container seed trays for WS... only an inch or two of soil, but the crystals helped keep it moist.