seedlings- How do i make them look their best for a sale?
Im working on having a small plant sale from my yard,
Aside from the regular plants, i thought i would sell some 4 packs of hot peppers and tomato seedlings.
I have no problems growing them to a good size,
but mine never compare to the bushy ones i get from the nursery.
The same thing with flowering 4 packs of annuals i see in the nursery.
when i grow these things for myself, it just goes right in the ground as soon as its tall enough.
Is there something special i should do to keep them thriving in those tiny little cells?
AND #2- Would you charge more for "special" tomato seedlings? Like white, white cherry, different blacks & purples, multi colored, and yellows?
Im thinking i might have a hard time selling these, as there is nothing really dramtic looking about them, compaired to piles of bright fresh multicolored tomatos. *sigh*
Thanks so much for any help.. its greatly appreciated
sorry my post is a bit long.