The planters have been used since time immemorial to create uniform holes in the ground to plant gardens. These long and sharp sticks are primarily used for planting seeds, bulbs or seedlings without digging into the soil.
Watering the ground with only 1 inch (2.5 cm) of water a few hours before using the planter over the holes. It is much easier to work with moist soil.
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Press the planter straight down over the planting site. Press hard enough to get the right depth for your seed or bulb. If you are planting a seedling, go deeper than the roots of this hole just 1 or 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm).
Move the planters back and forth and side to side to widen the hole if necessary.
Get the planter hole. Apply some fertilizer in the hole if you want. Be guided by the needs of fertilization and soil for your plants.
Use the planters to firm the soil around the roots of your seedling. Planter inserted into the ground at an angle of 45 degrees, at a point 2 inches (5 cm) hole. Push the planter on the ground at the same depth from the first hole.
Affirms the soil on the surface of the planting site, pressing down with your heel. Water the plants.