Featured Product: Greenhouse-Mini with Heated Seed Germination

Gardening Equipment: Greenhouse- Mini with Heated Seed Germination

The indoor greenhouse provides gentle warmth for fastest growth with included heat mat.

Price: $29.95
System Includes: UL Listed Waterproof Heat Mat (17 Watts, 120Volts) 2 Inch Tall Humidity Dome 11 Inch x 22 Inch Watertight Base Tray 72 Cell Seedling Insert Instructions with Growing Tips.

Germinating seeds can be a daunting task. You may do everything right, follow all the directions to the letter and still end up with half your plants not sprouting. With the Heated Germination Station you increase your germination rate and allow your plants to get a healthier start. Starting your plants from seeds saves you money and gives you a sense of pride when they mature. This germination station system includes a waterproof heat mat and a 2 inch tall humidity dome to give the germination process a little help.

If you live in an area where summers are on the short side you can start your seed germination indoors when it is still too cold to plant outside. You can also use a grow light above your plants to give them proper light during the winter months.

Have you used this system?  Tell us about your experience.

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3 Responses to “Featured Product: Greenhouse-Mini with Heated Seed Germination”

  1. tbhess
    January 11, 2011 at 11:11 am #

    Hope they have improved this. Years ago I used something like this and the plants would dry quickly if I forgot to water right away. I think it might have been too warm? I usually start mine near a window in South or West exposure so maybe that had something to do with the extra warmth?

    • January 21, 2011 at 8:23 am #

      We haven’t had any problems with this model. However, if you were placing the greenhouse-mini in front of a south-west facing window we would recommend only turning the heat-pad on at night to avoid overheating.

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