Propagating seeds is a little like nurturing relationships: The more attention and care they get, the more likely they are to flourish and thrive.
Photography: Dana Gallagher
Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 1998/1999
White coin envelopes
Eraser stamp or a rubber stamp
Put seeds in plain white coin envelopes available at stationery stores.
Label with an eraser stamp or a rubber stamp, or make a heart with thumbprints.
Put growing instructions on back, noting when seedlings need to be transplanted.