If flowers stopped growing, bees would have no way to make honey and little girls at weddings would walk down the aisle tossing handfuls of tree bark. Use this Groupon to get wild with wildflowers.
Choose from Three Options
- $14.99 for one Forever Garden vegetable-seed package (a $29.99 value)
- $14.99 for one Forever Blooms wildflower-seed package (a $29.99 value)
- $27.99 for both seed packages (a $59.98 value)<p>
The vegetable package can be planted in either the sun or shade and contains 15 popular vegetable varieties, including cucumbers, spinach, corn, and tomatoes. The autumn-ideal wildflower-package mixture, which covers up to 7,500 square feet, contains such wildflowers as California poppies, shasta daisies, black-eyed susans, and snap dragons. It also contains 20% (1/2 lb.) seeds and 80% organic material to ensure even distribution of the seed. In addition to being able to store them in their heat-sealed bags for up to ten years, the vegetable seeds are non-hybrid or open-pollinated, which means you can harvest the seeds from the plants you grow this year and replant them for vegetables next year. Both packages contain detailed instructions on how to plant and care for the vegetables and flowers.<p>
Platinum Seed Co.
Whether it's sandy, silty, or peaty, the type of soil you have affects not only how your plants grow, but also which types you can even grow in the first place. Platinum Seed Co. takes the guesswork out of deciding which plants will do well in your garden by providing customers with seeds proved to thrive in the area. Those seeds include a wide selection of wildflowers, vegetables, turf grass, and native grass. Many seeds are non-hybrid or open-pollinated, which means you can plant the seeds, wait until they mature into adult plants, harvest the seeds from those adult plants, replant them again, and repeat the cycle.
“Awesome seed packet. all individually wrapped in mylar. great value. wish I had bot more.”
“They were very friendly andhelpful with their instructions about planging the seeds. So hopefully they'll grow well and I'll have beautiful flowers.”
“Very nice to deal with”