How to Transplant Seedlings
All seeds need some basic elements to grow: sunlight, growing substrate, and water. The key to a seed’s ability to thrive is to provide specific elements depending on the plant variety.
1. Transplant before the last frost. If planned at the right time, the seeds should have developed a set of mature leaves by this time and are ready for transplant; transplant time is generally before the last frost. Usually, the transplant month varies depending on the region. If you’re not sure when the frost is, ask your local gardener!
2. Place seed trays in a sheltered outdoor area. Put seedling trays in an outdoor grow box a few days before you are ready to transplant. This allows them to adapt to the outdoors. Without this transition period, the seeds may not bear.
If you don’t have an existing outdoor grow bags, you can make one yourself. Let the seedlings get sun during the day and put them in a cardboard box at night to avoid the wind chill.
Of course, you can also lower the room temperature to match the outdoor temperature; the same will serve the purpose.
3. Prepare a raised garden bed according to the needs of the plant. Planting beds should be placed in an area with suitable light and shade. The soil should have the right pH and be rich in nutrients. Also make sure it drains well.
4. Plant the seedlings in the ground. Follow the directions on the seed packet and dig the hole to the proper depth. Make sure the pits are spaced properly so that the plants have a suitable living space. Carefully lift the seedling from the seed trays, gently separate the roots, and move it into the pit. Water, fertilize, and provide the right conditions for them to grow.