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In Overheard, we're sharing all of the best tidbits we couldn't help picking up on—from smart tips on the Hotline to funny quotes heard around the water cooler and more—so we can all be in the know.
A Food52er on Facebook needed help figuring out if their pepper seeds would grow, so we turned to the Hotline to try and get an answer for them. Whether your garden fits in a windowsill or a raised bed, Trena Heinrich has a helpful tip for starting seeds:
Take a paper towel and run it under water then ring it out. Place 3 to 4 seeds in the paper towel and place in a warm spot in your house. I usually use the top of the clothes dryer because it's used so often, but you could use a heating pad set on very low. Within a couple of days they should sprout if the seeds are still viable. Happy gardening!
Photo by Mark Weinberg