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Renee's Garden Scatter Garden Seed

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Renee's Garden Scatter Garden Seed

At Renee's Garden, I offer only non-GMO varieties that are very special for home gardeners, based on great flavor, easy culture and exceptional garden performance. This seed line is my personal selection of new, exciting and unusual seed choices of time-tested heirlooms, certified organic seeds, the best international hybrids and fine open-pollinated varieties.
Features
FEATURES

Endless Bouquets Cut Flower Garden

Grow your own gorgeous cut flowers that bloom in succession throughout spring and summer. Make lavish bouquets using nature's own paint box of beautiful colors and forms.

Ample 1.5 oz. seeds covers 350 to 450 sq.ft.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flower Power For Nature's Pollinators

Grow an easy-care garden of annual flowers to provide food and shelter for endangered native bees, honeybees, butterflies and other pollinators. Blooms for months in lovely colors and forms.

Ample 1.5 oz. seed covers 600-700 sq.ft.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heirloom Rainbow Flowers Colorful, Carefree Zinnias

(Zinnia elegans)Our special blend of beautiful, free-flowering California Giant double zinnias with dense overlapping petals in a full range of vivid, clear colors. These easy to grow heirlooms provide a rich pollen and nectar source for foraging bees, butterflies and many native pollinators, with plenty for long-lasting bouquets that practically arrange themselves.

Annual, Frost Tender
Ample 26.5 gm. seed covers 400 sq.ft.

Heirloom Summer Garden Dancing, Joyous Sunflowers

(Helianthus annuus)Cheerful, carefree heirloom sunflowers gladden both the eye and heart! Grow our blend of multicolored, branching Autumn Beauty and giant Mammoth sunflowers to offer nectar and pollen to foraging bees, butterflies and native pollinators, armfuls of blossoms for bouquets and oil-rich seed heads to sustain songbirds through winter.

Annual, Frost Tender

 

 

Colorful & Carefree Annual Wildflowers

Annual wildflowers in a full palette of color grow easily and are perfect for open areas or neglected slopes. Enjoy a beautiful succession of form and color throughout spring and summer.

Ample 2.3 oz. seed covers 600 to 700 sq.ft.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

NOTE
The seed mix is packed with a larger quantity of organic rice hulls to help space the tiny seeds. Before opening, shake canister thoroughly to mix them together.



HOW TO PLANT
As soon as ground can be worked in early spring, sow mix in ordinary garden soil in full sun. In mild climates, where the ground does not freeze hard in winter, seeds can also be planted in late fall to over-winter and bloom the next spring.

Prepare the planting area by removing all weeds, grass and large stones. Break up soil clumps and evenly loosen the top 2 inches of soil with a digging fork or shovel, then smooth out with a flat rake.


Shake can thoroughly, then scatter the contents thinly and evenly over prepared ground. Using your rake, lightly cover the seed mixture, about ¼ inch deep, and then lightly firm the soil. Water evenly with a gentle mist. Keep bed moist while awaiting germination and when the seedlings are small.

 

GROWING NOTES
Harvesting opening flowers regularly for bouquets will help to encourage repeat bloom. Plants will flower in succession and bloom much longer if watered regularly. At season’s end, allow spent flowers to form pods and then drop their seeds to bloom again next spring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE
The seed mix is packed with a larger quantity of organic rice hulls to help space the tiny seeds. Before opening, shake canister thoroughly to mix them together.



HOW TO PLANT
As soon as ground can be worked in early spring, sow mix in ordinary garden soil in full sun. In mild climates, where the ground does not freeze hard in winter, seeds can also be planted in late fall to overwinter and bloom the next spring.


Prepare the planting area by removing all weeds, grass and large stones. Break up soil clumps and evenly loosen the top 2 inches of soil with a digging fork or shovel, then smooth out with a flat rake.

Shake the can thoroughly, then scatter the contents thinly and evenly over the prepared ground. Using your rake, lightly cover the seed mixture, about 1/4 inch deep, and then lightly firm the soil. Water thoroughly and evenly with a gentle mist. Keep soil bed evenly moist while awaiting germination and when the seedlings are small. Water regularly for best blossoms.

 

GROWING NOTES
Plants will flower in succession and bloom much longer if watered regularly. At season’s end, allow spent flowers to form pods and then drop their seeds to bloom again next spring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE
Seeds in this canister are packed with a larger quantity of organic rice hulls to help space them. Before opening, shake canister thoroughly to mix.



HOW TO PLANT AND GROW
When spring weather is warm and settled, and nights are reliably above 50°F (10°C), prepare planting area by removing all weeds, grass, stones and large clumps. Loosen the top 2 inches of soil with a digging fork or shovel, then smooth with a flat rake.

Scatter mix thinly and evenly. Using your rake, work to cover the seeds with 1/2 inch of soil, then use planting mix or compost to cover any exposed seed mix. Water thoroughly with a gentle mist.

Protect tiny seedlings from birds by using netting or ribbons of shiny, reflective flash tape at planting time. Keep weeded and watered; when 3 inches tall, remove covering and thin seedlings to 8-10 inches apart for good air circulation and enough elbow room to grow, branch and bloom freely.

 

HARVEST AND USE
For bouquets, pick just as flowers open, cutting long stems well back into the plant to keep them branching. Butterflies, bees, and other native pollinators will seek out and work these pretty flowers that provide them with nectar, pollen and shelter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE
Seeds in this canister are packed with a larger quantity of organic rice hulls to help space them. Before opening, shake canister thoroughly to mix.


HOW TO PLANT AND GROW
When spring weather is warm and settled, and nights are reliably above 50°F (10°C), prepare the planting area by removing all weeds, grass, large clumps and stones. Loosen the top 2 inches of soil with a digging fork or shovel, then smooth with a flat rake.

Scatter mix thinly and evenly. Using your rake, work to cover the seeds with 1/2-1 inch of soil, then use planting mix or compost to cover any exposed seed mix. Water thoroughly with a gentle mist.

Keep weeded and watered; protect tiny seedlings from birds by using netting or ribbons of shiny, reflective flash tape at planting time. When 3-4 inches tall, remove covering and thin seedlings to 10-12 inches apart. This spacing is critical for sturdy, windproof plants with good root systems and large flowers.

 

HARVEST AND USE
For bouquets, cut when flowers just begin to open. Many diverse pollinators will busily visit the florets in each flower head and seeds will begin to mature. When the center disk florets have dried, birds will happily snack on ripening seed heads.

Harvest for winter feeding by covering ripening heads with paper bags until kernels are plump and hard shelled. Cut entire heads; store until cool and dry, then remove seeds. Store in closed containers to feed as needed.

 

NOTE
Seeds are packed with a larger quantity of milled rice hulls to help space the tiny seeds when scattering. Before opening, shake the can thoroughly to mix them together so when you cast the seeds they are spaced with room for the plants to grow.

 

HOW TO PLANT
As soon as the ground can be worked in early spring, plant the seeds in ordinary garden soil in full sun. In mild climates, where the ground does not freeze hard in winter, seeds can also be planted in late fall to overwinter and bloom the next spring.

To prepare the planting area: remove all weeds, grass and large stones. Break up soil clumps and evenly loosen the top 2 inches of soil with a digging fork or shovel, then smooth out with a flat rake.

Shake the can thoroughly before opening, then scatter the contents thinly and evenly over the prepared ground. Using your rake, cover the seed mixture 1/4 inch deep and lightly firm the soil. Water with a gentle mist thoroughly and evenly. Keep the soil moist while awaiting germination and while the seedlings are small.

 

GROWING NOTES
When wildflower plants are mature they can handle somewhat dry conditions, but will thrive and bloom much longer if watered regularly. For indoor bouquets, cut the flowers as blossoms open. At season’s end, let spent flowers form pods and drop seeds to bloom again the next spring.