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Forever Blooms Wildflower Seeds

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This product will plant up to 7,500 sq/ft. Wildflowers grow best in full sun.

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Up to 24 Annual and Perrenial Wildflower Varieties

Covers up to 7,500 Sqaure Feet

Planting/Preparation/Watering:
This product will plant up to 7,500 sq/ft. Wildflowers grow best in full sun. Remove debris and weeds form the area to be planted, leaving bare soil. Rake the surface of the soil to allow seed and water to penetrate. Evenly spread the wildflower mixture over the prepared area and then rake the seed into the top 1/8" of soil.
Apply frequent light watering to ensure a constantly moist seed bed for up to 4 weeks or when wildflowers reach 3" tall. Avoid overwatering while seed is germinating. Once established, water as needed, 2-3 deeper soakings per week, or as air and soil temperatures dictate.
Excess wildflower mixture may be used for over seeding or planting new areas for up to 5 years. ( see inside for instructions on how to achieve Forever Blooms.)

When to Plant:
Wildflower seed can be planed anytime of year except when the ground is frozen. Growth will occur when the soil temperatures are consistently above 60 Degrees. Germination will occur in 8-20 days. You will see the first blooms in 6-8 weeks, depending on the soil and air temperatures. (See enclosed instructions.)

About this Mix:
This mixture contains 20% wildflower seeds (1/2 pound) and 80%organic material. Organic material is to ensure even distribution of the seed.
No single wildflower variety is greater than 5% of the total mixture by weight. Store in a cool dry location.

Mixture:
Bachelor Button, Crimson Clover, Blue Flax, Arroyo Lupine, Polka Dot Cornflower, Baby's Breath, Evening Primrose, Scarlet Flax, California Poppy, Russell Lupine, Sulphur Cosmos, Candy Tuft, Shasta Daisy, Cosmos Sensation, Calendula Marigold, Plains Coreopsis, Sweet Alyssum, Shirley Poppy, Purple Coneflower, Corn Poppy, Rocky Mountain Penstemon, Black Eyed Susan, Snap Dragon.

40 ounces of wild flowers over 300,000 seeds!

Net Weight 40 oz.

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    Germinated in a matter of only a few days! I have never seen any seed or seed mix start to grow so fast. Our weather has been mid 50'2 day and low 40's ... (Posted on 5/13/13)

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Non-hybrid, garden seeds for planting or storage.

 

The 15 vegetables in this “Forever Garden” are specially chosen from the highest quality Non-hybrid or Open Pollinated garden seeds available. This means you can harvest the vegetables you grow this year and then replant the seeds year after year….”Forever”.

These seeds have been chosen for great flavor, and high yields, and have proven to adapt to almost any region, they are quality “short Season” vegetables, and if cared for correctly the seeds may be stored in these containers for many years.

 

This package includes*:

 

Bush Beans; Top Crop

Cabbage: Copenhagen Market

Carrots; Scarlet Nantes

Corn; Golden Bantam 8

Cucumber; Boston Pickler

Cantaloupe; Imperial

Onion; Red Creole

Pea; Lincoln

Green Pepper; California Wonder 300 TRM

Romaine; Paris island Coos

Spinach; Bloomsdale Longstanding

Tomatoes; Floradade

Squash; Waltham Butternut

Zucchini; Black Beauty

Beets; Detroit Dark Red

 

 

To maximize your harvest we have included instructions for garden preparation, planting, watering, fertilizing, and harvesting the vegetables and Collecting and storing their respective seeds.

 

1. Where to Plant: Gardens need full sun, or the sunniest area you can provide them. Remember to plant tall plants such as corn, or trellised plants on the northern part of your garden as to not shade other areas of your garden.

2. Soil: Soil needs to be loose, and well drained for best results. Every year you should add some type of organic material to the garden. Up to 2-4” if available, be it manure, leaves, grass clippings, saw dust, straw, garden compost, or even the more expensive peat moss. These should be tilled into the garden in the late Fall or early Spring. Nitrogen fertilizer should be added to avoid nitrogen deficiency. Manure and composted materials need less nitrogen, so follow directions on package, example 1lb of 21-0-0 per inch of organic material, per 100 sq/ft of garden, should be sufficient. Soil testing is also recommended in any unproven garden area.

3. Crop Rotation: Care should be taken to avoid planting the same types of vegetables in the same location year after year, by rotating crop locations you can avoid many of the insects and soil born diseases in your garden.

4. Weeds: Keep weeds down by cultivation, pulling the weeds, or by using fabrics and mulches. Weeds rob your garden of water, nutrients, sun light, and space. All measures should be taken to reduce the weed population in your garden.

5. Harvested seed: Once dried, the seed should be stored in a cool, dry, dark location. If stored in sealed containers the refrigerator or freezer will extend the usable life of the seeds for many years.

6. Follow the instructions with each individual plant listed below and you should be able to enjoy your garden and the plentiful harvest it will give you…forever

Bush Beans, Top Crop: 1950 All-America Selections Winner! Bush type plant produces high yields of quite flavorful straight 5 ½" long beans. Developed by the USDA and is very flavorful and disease resistance. The bean is stringless and perfect for canning and freezing.

Water: Light water to achieve moist soils-do not over water

Fertilizer: Use RootBlast or equivalent, with a slow release fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Periodically apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer.

Harvesting: Pick when 5”- 5½” long, without damaging existing blossoms. Pick young, and when plant is dry.

Seed harvesting: Allow pods to dry completely and remove seeds.

When to Plant

Approx. Dates

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden, after last frost

4/10-6/15

7-12 days

55º-73ºF

60-70 days

1-1½"

3"

18"-24"

9"-12"

Cabbage, Copenhagen Market: High quality cabbage to be eaten fresh or cooked. Plant produces good yields of 3 lb cabbage. It is very flavorful and tender. Heads rarely burst.

Water: Water Regularly, do no over water

Fertilizer: Use RootBlast, and Slow Release Fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer twice a month.

Harvesting: Harvest when heads are firm. Leaving lowest leafs, to allow 2nd head to form.

Seed harvesting: Produces seed on 2nd year protect root from freezing by burying in sand or leave in ground with thick mulch. Seed will form during summer, leave seed head on stalk until partially dry, then collect and allow to finish drying inside.

When to Plant

Approx. Dates

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Indoors, 5-6 weeks before last frost

3/15-5/15

5-14 days

41º-88ºF

60-70 days

¼"-½"

1"

18"-24"

16"-24"

Carrot, Scarlet Nantes: Plant produces flavorful 8" long x 1 ½" wide dark orange coreless carrots. This variety holds it’s color during cooking and is great for the home garden.

Water: Light but regular waterings.

Fertilizer: Monthly Miracle Grow or other Garden Fertilizer.

Harvesting: Pull when 1½" inches in width or sooner for finer carrots, or to thin areas.

Seed harvesting: Produces seed on 2nd year. Protect root from freezing by burying in sand or leave in ground with thick mulch. Seed will form during summer, leave seed head on stalk until partially dry, then collect and allow to finish drying inside.

When to Plant

Approx. Dates

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Outdoors, 3 weeks before last frost

3/25-6/20

12-18 days

40º-83ºF

90-100 days

¼"-½"

1"-2"

14"-20"

2"-3"

Corn, Golden Bantam 8: Sweet, hardy corn with 5-7” ears, great for cooking, freezing, or canning.

Water: After germination, occasional deep watering, as temperature dictates.

Fertilizer: Miracle Grow and side dress with high nitrogen fertilizer.

Harvesting: Kernel should be fully formed, tender, and milky white.

Seed Harvesting: allow desired stalks to fully dry, remove ears, husk and remove seed by hand.

When to Plant

Approx. Dates

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden, after last frost

5/1-7/1

8-12 days

50º-85ºF

80-90 days

1-1½"

4"-6"

32"-36"

9"-12"

Cucumber, Boston Pickler: Produces high yields of 4”-6” long pickling cucumbers. This is a high quality slicing Cuc, but one of the best for pickling and storage. Great for salads, and gourmet dishes. It has a crisp strong flavor.

Water: ½” per week, keep soil moist especially when hot.

Fertilizer: RootBlast or equivalent, with a slow release fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Periodically apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer.

Harvesting: Harvest when plant reaches 9” max. to avoid bitter fruit. Daily harvest will encourage new growth.

Seed Harvesting: Remove seeds from very ripe plants, allowing them to dry at room temperature.

When to Plant

Approx. Dates

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden 3 weeks after last frost.

6/1-7/1

7-14 days

60º-88ºF

60-70 days

6 @ 1½"

mounds 18"

72"

3 per mound

Cantaloupe, Imperial: 1935 All-America Selections Winner! Plant produces high yields of cantaloupes. They are sweet and have a great orange flesh. Excellent for home gardens and it stores well.

Water: 1” per week, water well in hot climate

Fertilizer: RootBlast or equivalent, with a slow release fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Periodically apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer.

Harvesting: Protect ripe fruit from damp ground with plastic or wood. Cut cleanly to protect vine.

Seed harvesting: Remove seeds from ripe fruit, dry completely at room temperature.

When to Plant

Approx. Dates

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Outdoors, when soil is warm

5/20-7/20

12-18 days

70º-85ºF

60-90 days

2-3 @ 1½"

mounds 12"

36"

1 per mound

Onion, Red Creole: Plant produces beautiful 4" wide, red onions. It has a mild sweet flavor and is an excellent slicing variety.

Watering: Keep plants constantly moist but avoid water logging. Water heavier in hot months and dry spells.

Fertilizing: Use RootBlast, and Slow Release Fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer twice a month.

Harvesting: For scallions, use scissors to cut tops at any time. For onions, allow tops to dry completely, remove bulb and let dry on ground for 2-4 days.

Seed Harvesting: Produces seed on 2nd year. Protect root from freezing by burying in sand or leave in ground with thick mulch. Seed will form during summer, leave seed head on stalk until partially dry, then collect and allow to finish drying inside.

When to Plant

Approx. Dates

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Indoors, 6-8 weeks before last frost

3/15-5/15

10-14 days

50º-90ºF

90-110 days

¼"-½"

3"-4"

10"-12"

6"-8"

Peas, Lincoln: Plant produces heavy yields of flavorful peas. Pod has approximately 9 peas. This high quality pea is an excellent freezer variety and is heat tolerant.

Watering: Peas require consistently moist ground, extra water in extremely hot and dry times.

Fertilizing: RootBlast or equivalent, with a slow release fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Periodically apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer.

Harvesting: Harvest when pods are fully round, and pick regularly to promote new growth.

Seed Harvesting: Allow desired pods to dry completely, remove peas and store.

When to Plant

Approx. Dates

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden, early spring

3/15-9/5

7-14 days

40º-88ºF

60-70 days

½"-¾"

1"-2"

12"-18"

No Thinning

Green Pepper, California Wonder TRM: Plant produces nice yields of 4-5” dark glossy green thick walled sweet bell peppers. Peppers turn from green to red when mature. Perfect for salads, stuffing, cooking, and is an excellent freezer pepper.

Watering: Soak ground well, especially during hot and dry times.

Fertilizing: Use RootBlast, and Slow Release Fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer twice a month.

Harvesting: Harvest when fully mature using scissors to reduce damage to plant, picking will encourage new growth.

Seed Harvesting: Allow desired plants to “Bloom” by producing flower stalks, after flower has died, remove fruit and separate seeds from hull by hand.

Indoors or Garden

Dates to plant

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Indoors, 7-8 weeks before last frost

5/15-7/15

14-21 days

60º-88ºF

90-100 days

¼"

2"

24"-32"

16"-24"

Romaine, Paris Island Coos: Plant produces flavorful dark green heads. Leaves are loosely folded on heads. This is an excellent Romaine for salads, garnishes and exceptional for Caesar salads.

Watering: Keep plants constantly moist but avoid water logging. Water heavier in hot months and dry spells. Water only in the mornings and not directly on the leaves.

Fertilizing: RootBlast or equivalent, with a slow release fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Periodically apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer.

Harvesting: You may pick outer leaves or entire head by cutting 1” above the ground, a new head may grow.

Seed Harvesting: Allow desired heads to form a seed stalk, when the flower has lost its bloom and is drying, remove flower and allow to dry completely. Seeds can be separated from flower by rubbing between your fingers.

Indoors or Garden

Dates to plant

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden, early spring

3/15-6/15

7-14 days

35º-75ºF

70-80 days

¼"-½"

1"

14"-18"

6"-9"

Spinach, Bloomsdale Long Standing: Plant will produce dark green leaves and is the best “Bloomsdale” Spanish available.

Watering: Keep plants constantly moist but avoid water logging. Water heavier in hot months and dry spells. Water only in the mornings and not directly on the leaves.

Fertilizing: RootBlast or equivalent, with a slow release fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Periodically apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer.

Harvesting: You may pick outer leaves or entire head by cutting at ground level. Plant will re-grow leaves and maybe harvested again

Seed Harvesting: Allow desired heads to form a seed stalk, when the flower has lost its bloom and is drying, remove flower and allow to dry completely. Seeds can be separated from flower by rubbing between your fingers.

Indoors or Garden

Dates to plant

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden, early spring

3/15-5/20

7-14 days

40º-85ºF

40-50 days

¼"-½"

1"

14"-18"

6"-9"

Squash, Waltham Butternut: 1970 All-America Selections Winner! Produces high yields of 9" long tan squash. The squash has bright orange flesh and is very sweet. Well suited for home gardens and market growers. This is a great winter squash variety.

Watering: Water well but do not over water.

Fertilizing: RootBlast or equivalent, with a slow release fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Periodically apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer.

Harvesting: First blossoms often do not produce fruit, no worries. Harvest when fruit is 9-12” before 1st frost.

Seed Harvesting: Remove seeds from squash and dry at room temperature.

Indoors or Garden

Dates to plant

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden, after last frost

5/15-7/15

10-14 days

60º-90ºF

80-95 days

½"-1"

5-9 mound

48"-60"

2-3 per mound

Tomatoes, Floradade: Plant produces good yields of 7 oz red tomatoes. Tomatoes are very flavorful and firm. Excellent for Southern regions. Suitable for home garden and market growers.

Watering: Keep plants constantly moist but avoid water logging. Water heaver in hot months and dry spells. Water only in the mornings and not directly on the leaves.

Fertilizing: Use RootBlast, and Slow Release Fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer twice a month.

Harvesting: Cut ripe fruit from the vine as to not damage the plant, remove the fruit as it ripens to allow more to grow.

Seed Harvesting: Select very ripe fruit, remove seeds and allow to dry completely using a paper towel or similar.

Indoors or Garden

Dates to plant

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

8-12 weeks before last frost

3/15-5/10

7-14 days

80º-85ºF

60-90 days

¼"-½" out

1"

48"

48"

Zucchini, Black Beauty: 1957 All-America Selections Winner. Bush type plant produces high yields of dark green zucchini squash. Best when harvested when squash is 8" long. This is a great summer squash variety. Bush type plant is suitable for smaller gardens. Blossoms are edible and delicious.

Watering: Keep plants constantly moist but avoid water logging. Water heavier in hot months and dry spells.

Fertilizing: Use RootBlast, and Slow Release Fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Apply Miracle Gro or other garden fertilizer twice a month.

Harvesting: Protect ripe zucchini squash from wet ground by placing them on wood or equal. Cut zucchini carefully from plants to prevent damaging the vines.

Seed harvesting: Remove seeds from ripe Zucchini and dry at room temperature.

Indoors or Garden

Dates to plant

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden, after last frost

5/15-7/15

7-14 days

60º-88ºF

60-70 days

½"-1"

6"-9"

36"-40"

3-4 per mound

Beets, Detroit Dark Red: A very old heirloom variety, from as early as the late 19th century, this is the “Standard for Beets”, a tender, sweet and very nutrious plant, well suited to Utah and great for the home gardener.

Watering: Soak seeds before planting, keep moist but do not over water, and heavier in hot times.

Fertilizing: Use RootBlast, and Slow Release Fertilizer when transplanting outdoors. Apply Miracle Grow or other garden fertilizer twice a month.

Harvesting: Harvest 3”-4” plants for best flavor and encouragement of other plants to continue to grow. Greeen (tops) may be harvested for salads.

Seed Harvesting: Late in the season after flowers are drying, cut 4' tall tops just above the root when majority flowering clusters have turned brown. Tops can be stored in cool, dry location for 2-3 weeks to encourage further seed ripening. PROCESS: Small quantities of seed can be stripped by hand as seed matures. Large numbers of tops can be put into a cloth bag & stomped or pounded. Chaff can be winnowed.

Indoors or Garden

Dates to plant

Germination Time

Germination Temps.

Days to Mature

Panting Depth

Seed Spacing

Row Spacing

Transplant or Thin to:

Garden, 2 weeks before last frost

4/15-5/15

7-14 days

50º-78ºF

60-70 days

1"

1”

36"-40"

1 every 5”-6”

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