Garden Vermiculite For Seeds Stratification and growing. 10 grams (#594) -40%
Vermiculite is a mineral composed of flakes that can range in size from very tiny to quite large..
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High Nasturtium (Tropaeolum Majus nanum Milkmaid) 60 seeds (#1846) -29%
Approximately 40 seeds in 5g packet.'Milkmaid' is a fast-spreading, up to 3 m per season able to..
1.19€ 0.85€
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Morning Glory (Ipomoea Tricolor Blue Star) 30 seeds (#1843) -25%
Approximately 30-40 seeds in 2g packet.Native to Mexico and Central America, common morning glor..
1.19€ 0.89€
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Mullein (Verbascum Species mix) 100 seeds (#1820) -20%
Approximately 100 seeds in 0.1g packet.A mixture of several mink species. These perennial and bi..
0.99€ 0.79€
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Sweet Pea (Lathyrus Odoratus Old Spice Senator) 40 seeds (#1832) -21%
Approximately 40 seeds in 5g packet.Abundantly flowering annual summer flower with a lovely scen..
1.25€ 0.99€
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Spinach (Spinacia oleracea Winter Giant BIO) 300 seeds (#1736) New
Approximately 300 seeds in 10g packet.Spinach Winter Giant (Winterreuzen) 100% BIO is the classi..
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European Wild Pear (Pyrus Communis caucasica) 20 seeds (#772) New
These pears are deciduous fruit trees that originate from Europe. They are medium-sized, have up..
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Norway Maple (Acer Platanoides Crimson King) 10 seeds (#675) New
Crimson King is a majestic looking maple tree for large gardens, parks, and city avenues. Its pa..
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Prickly Poppy (Argemone Platycerus) 100 seeds (#2033) New
From the Sarah Raven's Brilliant for Bees & Butterflies range.Beautiful, ethereal, papery white ..
1.99€
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Love-lies-bleeding (Amaranthus Caudatus Green Cascade) 500 seeds (#2032) New
From the Sarah Raven's Cut Flower range.Wonderful in flower arrangements as a foliage base, or u..
1.69€
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Blue Lace Flower (Didiscus Coerulea) 150 seeds (#2031) New
From the Sarah Raven's Cut Flower range.Beautiful blue, flat lacy umbels, lovely on its own, or ..
1.69€
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Corn Parsley (Ridolfia Segetum Goldspray) 500 seeds (#2030) New
From the Sarah Raven's Cut Flower range.This looks like Dill, with acid-green flowers and feathe..
1.69€
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Californian Poppy (Eschscholzia Californica Orange King) 300 seeds (#2028) New
From the Sarah Raven's Brilliant for Bees & Butterflies range.A tangerine california poppy with ..
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Seedling Care Tips: Caring For Seedlings After Germination

Zilvinas 09/11/2018 0
It’s that time of year when self-starting gardeners have sown their seeds indoors and are contemplating the next steps. Those tiny little sprouts have shown up and need the best care before their planting out into the world. Care for seedlings once sprouted amounts to more than just giving them water. Healthy, robust plants produce faster with higher yields, which is a winning situation for the gardener. A few tips on how to take care of seedlings should help ensure you bumper crops your neighbors will envy.Things That Can Kill Your Seedlings Growing plants from seed is a rewarding endeavor that reaps big rewards. Caring for seedlings after germination isn’t hard but attention to such things...
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Plant hardiness Zones

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What are Zone Maps? Gardeners need a way to compare their garden climates with  the climate where a plant is known to grow well. That's why climate zone maps were created. Zone maps are tools that show where various permanent landscape plants can adapt. If you want a shrub, perennial, or tree to survive and grow year after year, the plant must tolerate year-round conditions in your area, such as the lowest and highest temperatures and the amount and distribution of rainfall.Suggested hardiness zones have been indicated for all trees and perennials available online from the Foundation. If a range of zones, for example, zones 4-9, is indicated, the tree or perennial is known to be hardy in zon...
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Seed starting  is an exciting time for many gardeners. It seems almost magical to place a tiny seed into some soil and watch a small seedling emerge just a short time later, but sometimes things can go wrong. We watch with excitement as the seedlings grow taller, only to realize that they have grown too tall and are now a bit floppy. This is known as leggy seedlings. If you are wondering what causes leggy seedlings, and more importantly, how to prevent leggy seedlings, keep reading. What Causes Leggy Seedlings? At the most basic level, leggy seedlings are caused by a lack of light. It could be that the window you are growing your seedlings in does not provide enough light or it could be tha...
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Seed Coat Stuck. Tips For Removing

Seed Coat Stuck. Tips For Removing

Zilvinas 10/02/2017 0
It happens to the best of gardeners. You plant your seeds and a few come up looking a little different. Instead of the cotyledon (the embryonic part of a seed which stores fuel for further growth, some cotyledons are seed leaves which fall off the plant within a few days) leaves on the top of the stem, there is what appears to be the seed itself. A closer inspection reveals that the seed coat is attached to the leaves—still. Many gardeners refer to this condition as “helmet head.” Is the seedling doomed? Can you remove the seed coat that won’t come off before the seedling dies? Keep reading to learn more about what to do with a seed coat stuck to a plant. Why Did the Seed Coat Not Fall Off?...
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How to Test Soil pH With pH Paper

How to Test Soil pH With pH Paper

Zilvinas 09/09/2016 0
PH TESTING STRIPS - BUY IT HERE Testing the pH of garden soil should be done every 2 or 3 years to maintain optimum soil conditions for growing vegetables and flowers. Even nutrient-rich soil can fail to produce vigorous growth if the pH level is too high or too low for the plant. pH is measured numerically from 0 to 14, with 0 to 6.9 being acidic and 7.1 to 14 being alkaline. A pH reading of 6.2 to 7.2 is desired for all-purpose gardening; however, some plants are very particular and require more a specific pH. Instructions - Select a soil sample from several areas of your garden. The pH can vary from one spot to another. Choosing several sites will give you a good average. Dig to a dep...
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Sweet basil is commonly grown as an aromatic culinary and medicinal herb in warm temperate and t..
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Sweet basil is commonly grown as an aromatic culinary and medicinal herb in warm temperate and t..
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A large evergreen plant with dark green, arching leaves atop a massive trunk, Canary Island date..
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Musa ensete is commonly called Abyssinian banana. It can be grown easily indoors. But grown outs..
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African Linden (Sparmannia Africana) 15 seeds (#1591) SOLD OUT
The African hemp, grown as houseplant only, is a tree-like shrub with heart-shaped, soft leaves ..
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