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Sowing with seed disks and seed tape is an easy way to achieve a beautiful garden!
Seed disks keep seed in place until germination. They are biodegradable and reduce the need to thin overcrowded seedlings. Simply choose a container with a diameter at least as wide as the disk, fill the container with potting soil, lay the seed disk on top of the soil surface and cover completely. Keep evenly moist. Instruction booklet included for your gardening success!
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This long-time favorite sparkles with edible, velvety violet-blue ﬂowers to make an adorable flower pot and beautify your sweet treats.
Each disk contains approximately 25 seeds.
When to sow outside: Cold Climates: 4 to 6 weeks before average last frost for spring through early summer bloom, or in midsummer; plants will bloom in fall, may overwinter and continue to bloom the following spring through early summer. Mild Climates: late summer for fall, winter, and spring bloom.
When to start inside: 8 to 10 weeks before average last frost for early spring planting, or midsummer for fall planting in both warm and mild climates.