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Best surface sown on moist fine grade seed compost in trays undercover. Height: 8-12cm. Plant spacing: 20 - 30cm. Plants will flower in 10-12 weeks from germination. Seeds germinate in 10-14 days with sufficient warmth. For a lawn / continuous carpet effect plant 30 cm apart and plants will soon spread.
Sowing depth: 1/8 inch / surface sow. Optimum soil germination temp: 15°c. Sowing outdoors – Apr-Jul. Location : Full sun. Seed does not need to covered, just pressed gently in to the compost. Can be clipped to keep even. Best sown between apr and jul in unheated greenhouse, or earlier if heat provided. Will produce side shoots which can be taken as cuttings and root easily.
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This tea has been hand-picked from the slopes of the West Pindos Mountains in Greece , resulting in an amazing Lemon fragrance.
In wales and england, verbena was even believed to be a potent aphrodisiac! We highly recommend trying Lemon Verbena as a delicious and refreshing iced tea. It’s perfect for a sunny afternoon. We only supply organic verbena picked and packaged within the EU. Verbena was originally grown by the ancient egyptians, and has long been valued by Mediterranean cultures for its multiple uses as a herbal remedy.
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Excluding light will enhance germination which usually takes 14-21 days at 19-24C. Late summer sowings should be planted out in early autumn or moved to a cold-frame for planting out in early spring.
Gradually acclimatised to outdoor conditions for 10-15 days before planting out, 15-20cm apart in most soils, sun or part shade. Sow may through to aug at 1. 5mm deep in good seed compost for early spring displays.
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#adPremier Seeds Direct#ad - Transplant outdoors after any danger of frost is past. Until the first true leaves appear, try not to water directly from overhead. Transplant to separate pots or trays when large enough to handle.
Professional defra licenced quality seed supply only - Minimal packaging - Ziplock labelled bags - Instructions not attached - See details provided above for cultivation advice. Can be sown until early Aug as a Bi-annual to flower the following year.
Plant out in full sun and a rich, well-drained soil. Germination period is 10-14 days. Benefits from feeding once or twice a month whilst flowering.
Sow under cover at 70f 8-10 weeks before average last day of frost for flowering the same year. For a showy planting, do groups of 3-4 seedlings. Seed requires light to germinate - press lightly into soil surface and do not cover, keep moist. You will find that carnation plants are very easy to grow. Water during dry periods. Space seedlings about12" apart.
Valley of Tea#ad - We strongly believe that the higher quality a product, the more benefits it brings - because it's loaded with the right substances. Popular in poland and eastern europe, this tea is made by steeping the buds in hot water until a bright, aromatic liquor is formed, and then straining out the buds as you would with a loose-leaf tea.
These compunds make pine buds highly sought after by herbalists all over the world, and mean that a hot cup of pine tea will lift your spirits and leave you feeling healthier and more contented.
As the name suggests, and can be made into a distinctive tea, pine buds are the succulent buds of the pine tree.
Then, all that's left to do is enjoy your cup! Pine buds are rich in vitamin c and tannins, and are packed with the essential oil pinene. That's why we search around the world for the finest produce. They carry the grassy, steeped in sugar syrups, herbacious alpine flavour and aroma of evergreen trees, or enjoyed in dozens of different ways. Making a pine bud herbal tea couldn't be simpler. 100% natural.
#adPremier Seeds Direct#ad - Keep weed free. Avoid cutting too far down the stems in order to allow the plant to re-shoot. Thin seedlings out to 8-10 cm apart and ensure they are watered to saturation throughout the season.
Once established harvest by cutting the tops with scissors on a regular basis to encourage re-growth. Can be sown indoors all year round. Soil association" registered and certified organic - ap22387.
Sow thinly in mid spring when the soil has warmed in drills 8cm apart lightly covering with soil. A pot or trough stood in a good sized saucer / tray in water will also suffice.
The location does need to extremely wet / waterlogged which can be generated on a pond margins, by burying a bucket or lining an area with a plastic membrane. Professional defra licenced quality seed supply only - Minimal packaging - Ziplock labelled bags - Instructions not attached - See details provided above for cultivation advice.
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#adPremier Seeds Direct#ad - Can be planted direct to growing position when soil temperature is well above 50F. Professional defra licenced quality seed supply only - Minimal packaging - Ziplock labelled bags - Instructions not attached - See details provided above for cultivation advice.
Sow from 5-6 weeks before the last frost under cover with warmth above 60F, at ½ inch deep and keep moist.
Germination can be slow14-21 days, especially in cooler conditions. Once all danger of frost has passed gradually transfer outdoors and plant out 6 inches apart taking care not to disturb roots in full sun. Once germinated bring on at a minimum of 50f with a good source of light.