Category: Marigold Seeds

Tomato Gardeners Delight & Tagetes Natural Companions - Seeds 0

Tomato Gardeners Delight & Tagetes Natural Companions – Seeds

Companion Planting Is A Good , Natural And Organic Way Of Controlling Pests Around Your Crops, And You””ll Be Amazed At How Effective It Can Be.tackle That Age-old Problem Of Greenhouse Whitefly Attacking Your Tomatoes With This Excellent Duo. Tomato Gardeners Delight Is A Popular, Well-known And Traditional Cherry Variety, Popular For Its Great Flavour, High Yields And Reliability, Grow It With The Enclosed Bug Beating Tagetes Golden Gem (marigold) For Protection Against The Dreaded Whitefly. They Provide A Stunning Amount Of Colour Too

Marigold Seeds - French Citrus Mix 0

Marigold Seeds – French Citrus Mix

Add A Touch Of Refreshing Citrus To Your Garden With This Special Mix Of Tangerine And Lemon-yellow Marigolds. Great For Containers, Great For Hanging Baskets And Of Course At The Front Of Your Flowerbeds.sowing Small Seeds In Seed Trays (lobelia, Foxgloves)1)      Fill A Seed Tray / Half Seed Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill And Strike Excess Soil Off With A Board So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Press The Soil Down Evenly With A Seedboard So There Is A 1cm Lip At The Top.3)      Submerge The Seed Tray Into A Waterbath Beneath So That The Soil Slowly Absorbs The Moisture From The Bottom Without Disturbing The Soil On Top.4)      Sprinkle Seed Evenly On The Soil Level Using The Furrows In Your Palm And Tapping The Seed Off With The Other Hand.5)      Cover The Seeds With A Small Layer Of Vermiculite Or Perlite.6)      Water Above With A Fine Hose And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.7)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Placesowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly. 3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The Soil. Pour The Seed Into The Palm Then Tap Lightly With The Other Hand To Distribute The Seed Evenly Over The Area Of Soil.4)       Use A Rake To Gently Cover The Seeds With Soil.5)

Marigold Seeds - French Durango Red 0

Marigold Seeds – French Durango Red

This Super Anemone Flowered French Marigold Produces Intense Rich-red Blooms With A Hint Of Golden Edging To Each Petal. This Gives Them Splendour And Bravado – While Being Reliable And Sturdy.sowing Small Seeds In Seed Trays (lobelia, Foxgloves)1)      Fill A Seed Tray / Half Seed Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill And Strike Excess Soil Off With A Board So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Press The Soil Down Evenly With A Seedboard So There Is A 1cm Lip At The Top.3)      Submerge The Seed Tray Into A Waterbath Beneath So That The Soil Slowly Absorbs The Moisture From The Bottom Without Disturbing The Soil On Top.4)      Sprinkle Seed Evenly On The Soil Level Using The Furrows In Your Palm And Tapping The Seed Off With The Other Hand.5)      Cover The Seeds With A Small Layer Of Vermiculite Or Perlite.6)      Water Above With A Fine Hose And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.7)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Placesowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly.  3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The Soil. Pour The Seed Into The Palm Then Tap Lightly With The Other Hand To Distribute The Seed Evenly Over The Area Of Soil.4)       Use A Rake To Gently Cover The Seeds With Soil.5)&nbsp

Marigold Seeds - African 3 In 1 Collection 0

Marigold Seeds – African 3 In 1 Collection

Enjoy This Tricolor Collection Of Orange ‘crackerjack’, White ‘kilimanjaro’ And ‘perfection Yellow’. Just Grow These Stunning African Marigolds Outdoors In Your Containers, Baskets Or Flower Beds And They’ll Reward You With Summer-long Ruffled Pom-pom Blooms On Sturdy, Compact Stems.sowing Small Seeds In Seed Trays (lobelia, Foxgloves)1)      Fill A Seed Tray / Half Seed Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill And Strike Excess Soil Off With A Board So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Press The Soil Down Evenly With A Seedboard So There Is A 1cm Lip At The Top.3)      Submerge The Seed Tray Into A Waterbath Beneath So That The Soil Slowly Absorbs The Moisture From The Bottom Without Disturbing The Soil On Top.4)      Sprinkle Seed Evenly On The Soil Level Using The Furrows In Your Palm And Tapping The Seed Off With The Other Hand.5)      Cover The Seeds With A Small Layer Of Vermiculite Or Perlite.6)      Water Above With A Fine Hose And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.7)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Placesowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly.  3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The Soil. Pour The Seed Into The Palm Then Tap Lightly With The Other Hand To Distribute The Seed