By ‘room temperature’ does it mean I need to plant it indoor? I don’t have glass house but not much space indoor. Is there any way I can plant them outside?
For the best results it’s recommended that you start your seedlings indoors until they germinate and sprout. When the little plant is big enough, provided the conditions are warm enough to grow that Little Garden crop outside, you can shift it into the garden, but don’t plant it anywhere that’s too cold or windy, and you’ll need to take steps to protect the seedling against pests e.g. snails. Find out how to raise and grow your Little Garden seedling here.