- Use a ski pole to form holes for your spring seeds.
- Drag a chopstick through soil to create a trench for planting seeds.
- Use a flower sifter to gently cover newly planted seeds with soil.
- Old plastic film canisters are good for storing dried flower seeds.
- Use old butter knives for working around those stubborn weeds.
- Use tree purnings as stakes for new seedlings.
A seed exchange is a great excuse to get your friends together for an afternoon. You can make it really fun and challenge each other to bring in the most unique planter. If a planter is too big to bring along, you can bring a photo of it.