Garden Flower Seeds
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Garden Flower Seeds

Regular price $3.95

We're so thrilled to partner up with Lily Stone Gardens to bring you their lovely seed packets in 6 different types of flowers!

Lily Stone holds a special place in my heart because they are from my hometown of Rosenort, Manitoba and it's run by the most lovely lady who can make all of your floral dreams a reality!

Ammi - White:

Large, tall Dill shaped flowers in white. Easy to grow with hearty stems. The more you cut them the more they’ll bloom so snip away!!

Seeds per packet: 100

Variety: Annual

Sunlight: full sun

Height: 36-48”

Direct seed after all threat of the last frost has passed. To sow indoors, start 6-8 weeks before the last frost date and transplant when all threats of frost have passed.

When harvesting choose blooms that are 80% open. Flowers that are cut too early tend to wilt, flowers cut too late will shed. Adding flower preservative in their water will prolong their vase life.

Ammi - Green Mist:

Dill shaped flowers in a lime green shade. Easy to grow with hearty stems. The more you cut them the more they’ll bloom so snip away!!

Seeds per packet: 100

Variety: Annual

Sunlight: full sun

Height: 36-48”

Direct seed after all threat of the last frost has passed. To sow indoors, start 6 weeks before the last frost date and transplant when all threats of frost have passed.

When harvesting choose blooms that are 80% opened or ‘turned white’ by at least halfway. Flowers that are cut too early tend to wilt, flowers that are cut too late will shed. Adding flower preservative in their water will prolong their vase life.

Asclepias (Butterfly Weed) – Bright Orange

As the name suggests, this flower attracts large amounts of butterflies! With a tall stem and cluster-like blooms at the top, its a great addition to any garden!

Seeds per packet: 50

Variety: Annual

Sunlight: Full sun

Height: 27″

Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before the last frost. Transplant after last threat of frost has passed.

Harvest carefully or with gloves when clusters of flowers are half open.

Benary Zinnias - Wine:

They have fully double large dahlia-like blooms. They are recommended as the highest quality zinnia cut flower. These are great seeds for a beginner grower, they thrive well on their own and love the heat of summer. The more you cut them the more they’ll bloom so snip away!!

Seeds per packet: 50

Variety: Annual

Sunlight: full sun

Height: 36-48”

Direct seed is recommended after all threat of the last frost has passed. To sow indoors, start 4 weeks before the last frost date and transplant when all threat of frost has passed.

When harvesting, gently shake the stem 6″ from the top to see if the flower head is atop a stiff stem. If so your bloom is ready to cut. Zinnias do not prefer flower preservative in their water.

Chantilly Snapdragon

Unique blooms that look different than your traditional snapdragon as each bloom looks like and individual ruffled flower. They bloom in spring and early summer, often coming back to life in the cool of the fall.

Seeds per packet: 50

Variety: Annual

Sunlight: full sun/part shade

Height: varies

Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before the last frost date.

Rubenza Cosmos:

These tall burgundy blooms tower over the rest, changing shades as they age. Cosmos are great seeds for a beginning grower as they flourish well on their own. The more you cut them the more they’ll bloom so snip away!!

Seeds per packet: 50

Variety: Annual

Sunlight: full sun

Height: 36-42”

Direct seed after all threat of the last frost has passed. To sow indoors, start 4-6 weeks before the last frost date and transplant when all threats of frost have passed.

When harvesting choose stems that are just starting to open. Adding flower preservative in their water will prolong their vase life.

Sunflower – Teddy Bear: (no photo available)

A round, fluffy sunflower that almost looks like a fringed pom pom! Adds bright and cheer to any garden!

Seeds per packet: 50

Variety: Annual

Sunlight: Full Sun

Height: 72″

Direct seed after all threats of frost have passed.

Flowers are ready to be cut when the petals are just starting to unfurl.

 


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