How to germinate seeds indoors
Who said seed germination should be done only outdoors? It doesn’t matter whether the seeds are taking outdoor or indoors once germinated. I would say germinating indoor is the best way to get success. These tiny seeds and seedlings do not adapt to harsh weather changes – be it be late frost or excessive rain, this conditions will prevent it from growing instead. And one should aware of birds as well as they try to make it as a food source and will eat it up if unattended.
There are many people who can help and have you buy the germinating seeds, it is an easy project for them though. The peat pellets which comes with a miniature is also nothing but adding water to the seed and peat thereby covering with a solid lid. What you require is ample sunlight, water, high quality soil and water.
The process of germinating seeds
Seeds also needs moisture like plants. So it has to have a proper drainage system so it should not be over watered. However, there is no solution for them getting dry but like plants they needs to be watered frequently. Keep away your mind that all the seeds will sprout. Even if you have purchased the best seeds from reputable brand also, there will be some duds. While planting make sure to use more seeds rather than keeping only one seed and by doing this you might get the desire number of plants and it is not going to be a waste.
When the seedlings begins to sprout, continue to keep them moist and turn them frequently to give proper sunlight exposure. And once leaves started coming out, you can consider transplanting it to some container. The same process applies for both the indoor and outdoor growing. Gently take the new seedling with the root in a pot and plant if you are growing indoor. You can plant directly to the ground if you are growing it outdoor.