A yogurt container? An egg shell? A CD case? A peat pot? What really is the best container for starting seeds? Some containers are more effective than others.
To begin the process, consider size, drainage, transferability, and organization. For example, an egg shell may be biodegradable, however it will not stand alone. You will need to have a container to prop the shell up. If you are looking for something that is biodegradable, try a peat pot. Not so worried about biodegradable? Other options include mini greenhouses or filled flats. These are easy, all-in-one options.
Flowerland carries numerous products to start your seeds before planting them outdoors. Come check out our wide-range of peat pots, mini greenhouses, and much more!