Sonya Gummo carries a tray full of vegetable plants she purchased at last year’s Penn State Extension master gardeners plant sale. Gardeners who want to start their own vegetable plot can start sowing seeds indoors, but keep in mind that if started too early, plants can become root-bound and spindly as they fight for light.
Sonya Gummo carries a tray full of vegetable plants she purchased at last year’s Penn State Extension master gardeners plant sale. Gardeners who want to start their own vegetable plot can start sowing seeds indoors, but keep in mind that if started too early, plants can become root-bound and spindly as they fight for light. CDT file photo
Sonya Gummo carries a tray full of vegetable plants she purchased at last year’s Penn State Extension master gardeners plant sale. Gardeners who want to start their own vegetable plot can start sowing seeds indoors, but keep in mind that if started too early, plants can become root-bound and spindly as they fight for light. CDT file photo