While you may use any variety of citrus rinds for use as a starter pot, from a user-friendly standpoint, the bigger the better. That said, you can use any of the following for best results:
Citrus Rinds as a Starter Pot
Growing seeds in citrus peels is about as eco-friendly as you can get. You start with a natural product, grow a beneficial plant in it and then repurpose it in the earth to act as a nutritious composting agent. It’s a win/win.
Tips for Growing Seeds in Citrus Peels
There are many other ways to use the citrus fruit rinds pertaining to the garden. Add the peels directly to the compost pile or add them to the garbage to mitigate the stench. Orange oil has a natural anti-bacterial property that some folks say slows down decomposition, but we throw them into the compost and have never noticed any such affect.
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