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Top 31 Seeds Projects

  1. 1. Leeks, Scallions and Chives (20:00)

    Learn how to plant green onions, leeks, scallions and chives.

  2. 2. Sow Some Seedy Invitations (00:51)

    Turn ordinary seed packets into ingenious invitations for a garden party.

  3. 3. Onions and Shallots (00:20:01)

    Discover how easy it is to grow flavorful onions, garlic and shallots.

  4. 4. Features and Devices for the Greenhouse

    The DIY Network experts discusses some features and devices that will enhance your greenhouse.

  5. 5. How to Grow Bean Sprouts at Home

    Find out how to grow nutritious and tasty bean sprouts at home with these easy step-by-step instructions from DIY.

  6. 6. Greenhouse Advice

    DIY experts discuss propagating, or reproducing, plants from seeds, then get some tips for using containers to start the tender seeds.

  7. 7. Growing Plants From Seeds (03:59)

    Maureen Gilmer gives advice on growing plants from seeds.

  8. 8. Growing Runner Beans

    Runner beans grow best in rich, fertile soil, so prepare your site by digging in plenty of organic matter at least two weeks before pla...

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  9. 9. Growing Gifts: Make Your Own Seed Packets

    DIY Network shows you how to make your own paper collage seed packets to give as clever gifts to friends and family.

  10. 10. Planting Sweet Corn (00:20:00)

    Joe Lamp'l shows you how to grow sweet corn from seed to stalk.

  11. 11. Aerator Revitalizes Lawn (00:01:04)

    Jay encourages homeowners to use an aerator to revitalize compacted lawns.

  12. 12. Watermelons and Okra (00:20:01)

    Learn the secret to growing sweet, juicy melons and plump, crisp okra.

  13. 13. Mouthwatering Watermelons (20:01)

    We show you how easy it is to grow watermelons.

  14. 14. Sowing Red Cabbage Seeds for Transplanting

    Sowing under cover is the best way to give plants a head start. They can then be planted out after the risk of frost has passed. If you...

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  15. 15. Homegrown Hint: Plants in Your Pantry

    Discover a whole new source of seeds in your pantry with these tips from DIY Network.

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