Manufacturer: Hardy Palm Tree Farm
Brand: Hardy Palms
10 SEEDS Ships from Florida. Family: Areceae Use: The Bismark palm is prized as a landscape specimen, singly or in rows. Its height can vary from 40 to 70 feet, and branched reach up to 15 feet across, with a crown of spiky fronds. Individual leaves may measure more than 36 inches in width. Cultivation: This palm thrives in both sun or part shade and likes sandy soil. It is drought tolerant and salt resistant. Once established, the Bismark palm does not need fertilizer, and this variety does not attract pests. Propagation: From seed. Please note: We are responsible sellers who make sure our buyers are well taken care of. These seeds will be shipped within 2 business days after payment. We are a seller that caters to experienced gardeners, or those that are capable of looking up instructions independently (germination and plant care information is readily available online, but if you can't find germinating and care instructions, please feel free to message us). We also include suggested growing instructions. Multiple orders of a single item will be combined. We are not responsible for buyer germination success, seeds have been tested and seedlings have been grown by us. No international shipping.
The creative and special design of these lovely planters will make your home more lively. Each planter features a small hole in the bottom that allows water to flow out through the soil. Made from natural resin. It's a good a idea to send them to your friends/family as a gift.
Cultivation method The seeds soaked in water at least 48 hours, then use a knife or nail the outside that layer of white seed coat, and brown film stripped, exposing the yellow seeds. Prepare some seeds (at least two lemon bars, because they can not guarantee success can cultivate, they will go to quantity and quality), spread evenly on a paper towel, watering, not too much, moist. Then cover a layer of paper towels on top, then put this "sandwich" in a sealed bag (such as plastic bags is very good, the other flat plastic bags can be), seal the mouth, put as much as possible can have more sun to sun local (flexible spot, put the flat light receiving surface is too small, then you can consider hanging on the glass). Wait one to two weeks, to observe, to ensure that the bag is always moist periods. Will sprout after you, the small seeds germinated seed to the earth, after it according to ordinary plant culture on the line
This introduced legume is one of the best cover crops for green manure. Hairy vetch can be both an annual or short-lived perennial, and produces abundant amounts of biomass. Adapts well to most climates and soil types, but doesn't like poorly drained sites. Excellent nitrogen-fixing abilities and weed suppresser. It can also be used as a component in pastures and wildlife food plots. Hairy vetch is fairly drought tolerant and can be planted in areas that receive at least 18 inches of annual precipitation.
Beautiful Sapphire Aquatic Mini Lotus Flowers 15 Seeds
Zones 4 - 11. This aquatic perennial's tuberous roots colonize the soil at the bottom of earth-bottom ponds, or the soil in containers fully submerged in lined ponds. The stems of the leaves can reach the surface of water that's nearly two feet deep-and then continue upward, above the water, a few inches or even a foot farther. The roots don't tolerate frost but the tubers and roots are hardy anywhere the water above the soil is deep enough that the pond's surface-ice doesn't freeze all the way down to the soil, and yet is not so deep that their leaves can't reach at least a bit above the water's surface to get the full sun they need to grow and flower: From the frost-free tropics of Zone 11, then, all the way down to the seriously-Wintered Zone 4 of Northern Vermont and Canada. Few plants, aquatic or terrestrial, have such a world-wide versatility.
Cucumber, Muncher Variety: Muncher, Cucumis sativus Color: Green Outside, white inside. Easy to Grow? Easy and prolific. Seeds Per Packet: Approx. 50+ Germination Rate: 85% Country of Origin: United States of America Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated. Seeds can be saved and replanted. Time Until Harvest: 60 days. Germination Time: 8 days. Notes: A favorite, hearty variety. Produces cucumbers about 6-8 inches long. May also be picked early for pickling. Not tough, bitter, or pithy unless severely under-watered. Burpless variety. May be trellised easily but make sure it's a sturdy trellis. These vines are incredibly prolific and can get very heavy with fruit. Best when direct sown. Plant in hills (6-8 seeds thinned to the 3 hearties plants after 2 weeks.) Plant hills 4 - 6 ft. apart. Marigolds planted nearby are said to repel beetles and other insects away from your plants.
A superbly flavored tomato, bearing a prolific crop - each fruit up to 1/6 lb in weight. Good Blight tolerance helps the leaves stay green and healthy! Medium fruited variety - an essential element of your summer salads!