SavvyMom April 8, 2016

The earth is a magical place, thanks to Mother Nature. Plant a seed, douse with water, and watch it morph into a beautiful flower, delicious veggie or oxygen-giving leaf without so much as a bibbity, bobbity, boo.
Get your kids in on real-life enchantment (and celebrate Earth Day’s 40th) by planting an indoor garden of your own that you can safely transplant out-of-doors (saving you money, too) when Calgary finally has frost-free nights.

We asked gardening expert Robin Yeast, from Robin’s Gardens, to give us the what, where and when of in-home seed propagation (technically speaking).

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