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When should I plant seeds - sowing pepper seeds in Nurture compost

Updated: May 8, 2023



When should I plant seeds. Chris starts off with the pepper seeds, planting them in Nurture multi purpose compost, ready for a summer harvest. Nurture compost range is ideal for seeds. The consistent, open structure of compost ensures that the seeds grow and thrive to their maximum potential. The best time to plant seeds depends on the type of seed and your climate. Some seeds need to be planted in the spring, while others can be planted in the fall. You can find planting instructions on the back of the seed packet.


Here are some additional tips for planting seeds:

  • Prepare the soil before planting. Amend the soil with compost or other organic matter to improve drainage and fertility.

  • Remove any weeds from the planting area. Weeds compete with plants for water, nutrients, and sunlight.

  • Water the soil before planting. This will help to settle the soil and create a moist environment for the seeds to germinate.

  • Plant the seeds at the correct depth. Planting seeds too deep or too shallow will reduce their chances of germination.

  • Label the seeds. This will help you to remember what type of seeds you have planted and when they should be harvested.

  • Thin the seedlings. Once the seedlings have sprouted, thin them out so that there is only one seedling per pot or per square inch of space.

  • Fertilize the seedlings. Once the seedlings have two sets of leaves, fertilize them with a balanced fertilizer.

  • Water the seedlings regularly. Seedlings need to be kept moist but not soggy.

  • Protect the seedlings from pests and diseases. Monitor the seedlings for signs of pests and diseases, and take steps to control them if necessary.

  • Harvest the plants when they are ready. Different plants have different harvest times. Be sure to harvest your plants when they are ripe and flavorful.


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Find out more about Nurture compost range at www.nurturecomposts.com


Nurture composts are easy to carry, use & store:


1. EASY TO CARRY. Nurture compost is lightweight to lift & transport.

2. EASY TO USE. Just enough in a pack of Nurture compost for your everyday needs.

3. EASY TO STORE. Compact & dry, fits in a kitchen cupboard.


There are four peat free compost products in the Nurture range to meet all your gardening needs. Each product in the range has its own special plant feed blend to deliver against the promise:

1. MULTI PURPOSE. An all round generalist compost for your plants.

2. PLANT HEALTH. For seeds, cuttings & bulbs to develop strong roots for plant health.

3. PLANT GROWTH. For growing plants to have up to 6 months of slow release feed.

4. PLANT HYDRATION. For mature plants, so they will need less watering.


The Nurture compost range cover all your gardening needs for sowing seeds, cuttings, bulbs, potting on, young and mature plants - including vegetables, fruit & houseplants.


Find out more at www.nurturecomposts.com


Using Nurture composts is easy, simply follow these three steps:


1. Add. Add water and then the compost block.

2. Hydrate. Hydrate the compost, stirring as it quickly expands.

3. Plant. Plant flowers, fruit, vegetables or any other plants.


Find out more at www.nurturecomposts.com


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