Make Gardening Fun with the Seeding Square

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Are you a fan of gardening but find that you are struggling with even placement?

Or maybe you have a young one who is interested in gardening but there isn’t anything fun for them to get them completely interested? There is nothing better than the Seeding Square that will make gardening easier and fun for kids.

The Seeding Square is exactly what it sounds like it is, it is a square fitted with holes for any sized garden to make planting your seeds easier and more effective. Simply press the square into your soil, poke the holes easily and plant the seeds into the hole. This gives you a perfectly placed set of seeds in a fun and exciting way. If you have a small space you want to plant in or are trying to learn how to evenly space your plants so their roots don’t get tangled, the Seeding Square is the best invention for you.

There are many other benefits to using the Seeding Square in your garden.

Key Features

Trying to find weeds amongst our plants can be difficult, especially when you don’t want to accidentally pull immature produce or plants out of the soil. Thankfully due to the predetermined spacing from the Seeding Square, your weeds are easy to see.

The holes of the Seeding Square are color-coded to help with seeding but also to help get kids of all ages interested in planting with the bright colors.

Instead of attempting to push all your seeds together and risk the roots tangling and nothing growing correctly, the Seeding Square helps maximise your layout for the best results possible.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

There is nothing better than fresh flowers in the yard or fresh produce and when doing it right it is even better. Get your own Seeding Square if you have a green thumb and want to grow more in your home.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.