If you want to streamline your time in the garden eventually all roads will lead to dibbles.
I was first introduced to dibbles when I worked in a greenhouse when I was 20. I was tasked with transplanting tender seedlings of tomatoes, which was so easy when you mastered using a dibble to slide in under the seedling to transplant.
In 2009 when I worked with a team of people to restore a victorian garden we used dibble templates to plant seeds within trays, then transplanting them into garden directly later once established.
Here is a link that helps you with building your own templates, depending on what you may need.
At Slowcoast.org we have Heirloom seeds for sale, and these are both harvested and localized flowers we grew last summer, plus some amazing beautiful organic heirloom vegetables.
Come shop and buy your seeds, dream your spring garden!
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