The iris is a group of plants known for their beautiful blooms and their adaptability to an astonishing variety of growing conditions, from the temperate reaches of Oregon to the marshes of Louisiana and even the desert American Southwest. In ancient times the iris was a symbol of power and majesty used as the original scepter. The orris is a group of two species of European iris, cultivated in the region near Florence and sold as "ghiaggiuolo." The rhizomes, resembling ginger, are dug up in August, stripped of their rootlets and bark, and then dried until they have a chalky appearance. Dried orris root smells like violets. Our Orris Root is Wildharvested and comes from Morocco. Orris root has long been used to find and hold on to love. The whole root is carried or ground up and powdered it can be added to sachets, sprinkled on sheets, clothing and the body as well as around the house. In Japan it is used as a protective against evil spirits. The roots were hung from the eaves of the house or added to bath water to protect. Orris can also be used in divination incenses and blends. Keywords: Love, Protection, Divination
(Black Rose *Ambizu*) Flower Seeds 200 Pcs - Rare True Blood Black Rose Seeds- Bonsai Flower Plant Seeds
How to Grow Rose of Sharon Bushes From Seed
1.Fill the planting tray with high-quality commercial potting soil. A mix created especially for seedlings is
2.Place the rose of Sharon seeds in the tray and cover them with about 1/2 inch of potting soil. Rose of
Sharon seeds should be planted in late winter, about six weeks before the last frost of the season.
3.Spray the soil lightly with a mister. Slide the planting tray into a large, clear plastic bag and seal the
opening with a twist tie.
4.Put the tray in a warm place that gets indirect light. Although you may not have to water the tray while
it's in the greenhouse atmosphere of the plastic bag, it should be checked periodically. If the
soil appears dry, remove the tray and spray the soil lightly, then return the tray to the bag.
5.Watch for seedlings to emerge and roots to develop. When they do, take the tray out of the plastic bag.
This will take approximately 15 to 20 days. Move the tray to a sunny window and keep the seedlings
6.Transplant the seedlings to small pots when it appears that they are beginning to outgrow the planting
tray. After the danger of frost has passed, plant the seedlings outside in a location that gets full sun
for most of the day
Supersweet 100 Hybrid Tomato 200 Seeds By Jays Seeds
Brand: Jays Seeds
Start seeds indoors 5 to 6 weeks before the last frost date. Plant outdoors when danger of frost is past and night temperatures consistently remain above 55 degrees F. If an unexpected late frost is forecasted, protect young plants with plastic sheeting or other cover. Set plants 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart.
HOLLYHOCK HEIRLOOM (ALCEA ROSEA) "SUMMER CARNIVAL" MIDSEASON SUMMER DOUBLE BLOOMER IN VARIOUS SHADES OF PINK, RED, ROSE, YELLOW APPROX 50 SEEDS
Brand: JPK Seed Company
Color: rose, pink, yellow, red
Although a short lived perennial, this variety is a reliable self-seeder and will return year after year. This mix produces big semi- to fully double-blooms. They graciously arise all along tall, sturdy stalks. An early & all season long bloomer, this mix, with its big powderpuff blossoms, produces a rich display of colors in shades of pink, red, rose and yellow. Blooms that set lower on the stalk than most Hollyhocks, this mix produces unfadable flowers in the summer sun. Sowing: Hollyhocks grow easily in almost any soil with a sunny location. Hollyhock seeds only need to be planted right below the soil, no more than 1/4" deep (1 to 2 weeks before last frost). Hollyhock plants should be about 2' apart to grow well. Try to choose a spot with some protection from the wind; staking is often necessary, especially with the taller older varieties. A dose of fertilizer in the spring, a topdressing of compost, and regular watering throughout the summer will help your hollyhocks to thrive. If you cut down the flower stalk to just above the ground after the first flush of bloom and give plants a dose of fertilizer, you may be rewarded with a second flush of bloom in early fall. Deadheading the individual blossoms as they fade is time-consuming, but will extend bloom and may help the plant to be more perennial, but remember to let at least a few flowers set seed if you want plants to self-sow. Sowing indoors: sow the seeds 1/4-inch deep in peat pots 8 weeks before your last frost date. WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE: a white envelope with rendering/description of flower on the front. Inside the sealed envelope, your seeds are secured inside a clear zipped up plastic bag.
Manufacturer: Dutch Bulbs from Holland
Brand: Willard & May
This excellent mix of tulips is sent from our leading Dutch growers in Holland and are are perfect for brightening up your Spring flower beds. Triumph tulips are known for their large, traditional tulip shaped bloom along with a thick, sturdy stem. Planting tip: If you seek a nice clump affect from your plantings, we suggest planting 5 or more bulbs per hole. This method of planting is known as bouquet planting, and provides a full clump of beautiful blooms. Perennial in Zones 3 - 8. . Size 11/12 cm. This item will Bloom/Grow Mid Spring 2017.
Bamboo is a very fast-growing, tropical member of the grass family, which includes sugar cane and wheat. Instructions 1.Rinse the bamboo seeds in tap water. 2.Pour 1/4 cup water into a bowl and mix in 3 tbsp. salt. Add the bamboo seeds to the solution and allow them to soak for five minutes. 3.Rinse the seeds and soak them in plain tap water for 15 minutes. 4.Pour a mixture of perlite and compost (in a 3 to 1 ratio) into a seeding tray to within 1/4 inch of the top. Water the mixture so that it is just damp, not wet. 5.Look for the swollen end of the seed and place this end into the soil. The top of the seed can remain exposed or cover lightly with soil. 6.Place the seeding tray into the plastic bag and seal with a twist tie or rubber band. 7.Place the bagged seeding tray in a shady location. Open the bag weekly to check the moisture in the soil and allow fresh air to circulate. If the soil appears to be drying out, use the misting bottle, set on a fine mist, and lightly spray the soil. 8.Allow the bag to remain on the tray for a week after germination, which should occur from three to 25 days after planting the seeds. 9.Repot the seedlings after one month into the same ratio of planting medium in which they were germinated. Bamboo grow very fast, so it's important to not allow the roots to become too crowded. 10.Fertilize the seedlings three weeks after repotting, using an all-purpose fertilizer, diluted to half the strength recommended on the