How to make a plant lightbox for your seedlings

How to make a plant lightbox for your seedlings

How To Make A Plant Lightbox for your seedlings

Alice Whitehead is full of simple ideas to make you grow more successfully and she has surpassed herself this time with this cheap and easy way to make a plant lightbox for your seedlings.

During the winter months it’s time to sow seeds that need a longer growing season like Tomatoes and Chillis.  Because there isn’t much light in winter seedlings can often grow straggly.  You can avoid this by buying an expensive propagator with a lamp alternatively you can follow Alice’s simple instructions on how to make a plant lightbox for your seedlings.  All you’ll need is a cardboard box and some tin foil.

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Alice Whitehead is a third generation allotmenteer that likes to grow, eat and get muddy – then write about it! With two urban allotment plots, an award-winning school garden club and an enthusiastic nine year old son to help. 

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