So I encourage my son to develop an entrepreneurial spirit. He already is learning to be a young business person. He sells mice, helps me with the guinea pigs and rabbits, sells catnip, sells items at our annual yardsale and generally figures out ways to earn a dollar or two here and there.
Last year he sold starter veggies. It was his first time doing so, and he did okay. He pays me back for my seeds and does his business. He is NOT allowed to sell EVERYTHING we start as we need it for our own garden, but he's allowed to sell much of it.
Last year we were able to start our seeds directly outdoors. That isn't happening this year as the gardens are still covered with three feet of snow and I"m not doing that much work to dig them out. :)
I am hopeful that once we get them growing that once they get a bit bigger that we'll be able to transfer them outside to our window gardens. :)
We took our flat box and added a garbage bag on top.
So he got the popsicle sticks, I got the pen and we got to planting.