Seeding Square

Planting Tool

Room to Grow

Never planted a garden but want to eat food you grow yourself? That’s the position Seeding Square Founder Jennifer Pratt and her husband, Karl, were in.

Confused over what vegetables to plant where and how much space to leave in between, Jennifer had the idea for Seeding Square. It’s a foolproof system that guides you through
each gardening step—follow the color-coded template to plant a well-organized square-foot grid.

Simply choose the seeds you want to grow and find their corresponding color holes, so your seeds will be perfectly spaced. A pre-marked depth wand helps you plant at precisely the right depth, too. A seeding spoon and funnel let you easily drop the seeds into the soil.

Your plants will grow in a pleasing grid formation, which also makes weeds easy to spot. And because Seeding Square optimizes every inch of space, you could get double or triple the bounty. This simple system is great for urban gardeners with limited space, gardening with kids, or any first-time gardeners who need a little help.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Jennifer

    Hi Grommet! My name is Jennifer Pratt and I am the founder of Seeding Square. Together with my husband we created a handy tool that makes planting the perfect garden easy. Instead of painting by color we have created gardening by color. Please let me know if you have any questions!

  • Angie
    5/28/2015 12:27 PM

    Hi Jennifer,

    I would love to talk to you about retail possibilities. My name is Angie Smith and I would love to connect via email.

  • Margo
    5/28/2015 12:35 PM

    @Angie shoot me an email! I work with the wholesale team. [email protected]

    I look forward to hearing from you!

  • Jennifer
    Jennifer – Special Guest
    5/28/2015 12:45 PM

    @Angie: Hi Angie. Looks like Margo is on it :) Retail possibilities sound fabulous! Looking forward to speaking with you further.

  • Diane
    5/28/2015 3:10 PM

    Hi Jennifer,

    Do you plant one seed per space or several? Is it necessary to thin the plants as they grow? Thanks!


  • Jennifer
    Jennifer – Special Guest
    5/28/2015 3:20 PM

    @Diane: Hi Diane! I suggest planting 2-4 seeds per hole. Then as the seedlings start coming up you'll notice there's always one that does a bit better than the rest. Take a pair of scissors; clip the tops off the ones that aren't as strong. Now the roots for those ones will become extra nutrients for the strong one. Be sure never to pull out plants when you thin as it disrupts the roots of the plant(s) you wish to keep.

  • Elizabeth
    5/28/2015 5:17 PM

    Great idea!

  • Jennifer
    Jennifer – Special Guest
    5/28/2015 5:47 PM

    @Elizabeth Thanks so much! It's been quite the adventure inventing and bringing it to market. :)

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