Question by Natalie: Should I help my seedlings break through the soil?
Hello I have started an indoor herb garden from seeds (Basil, Coriander, Parsley) and my Basil plants are growing really well, the ones around the edges have broken through the soil and have two leaves (still very young and small). However, the soil in the middle has been pushed up, should I lift and overturn this to allow the seedlings underneath it to push up easier, or should I leave it and let them push through on their own? Would pushing the lifted soil down be bad for the seedlings underneath?
Answer by dumplingmuffin
just let nature do it on its own
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