Number of Ashwagandha, Indian Ginseng seeds: 50
Germination Rate: Min 70.00%
Scientific name: Gaillardia pulchella
Type of seed : Hybrid
Soil required: Sandy or rocky well-drained
Ashwagandha seeds can be direct sown outdoors, approximately 3/8″ below the surface of the soil and kept evenly moist. Otherwise, you can sow indoors in early spring to give your starts additional time to develop before going outside. Sow seeds slightly closer to the surface (~1/4″) if using flats or other small containers indoors.
Type of seed : Hybrid Seeds
Sunlight : Full/Partial
Life-cycle : Perennial
Thyme is a small perennial shrub with lots of branches and light purple to pink flowers. It’s aromatic and has a pleasant, pungent, clover flavor. There are over fifty varieties used in cooking and gardening. English thyme is used most often in cooking.
Gently scatter seeds over the soil in the container you will be planting thyme seeds in.
Next, gently scatter soil over where you scattered the seeds.
Water thoroughly. Cover with plastic wrap.
Place the container in a warm location.
Seeds will germinate in 1 – 12 weeks.
Once thyme seedlings are 4 inches high, plant them where you will be growing thyme in your garden.
Seeds: Violette Climbing Beans
Number of seeds: 25
Violette Climbing Beans have beautiful deep purple pods which turn dark green on cooking. They have a fine flavour and harvests over a long period in either glasshouse or out in the open. Climbing beans such as this variety should be supported much in the same way runner beans are.
Use fine mesh netting for support tied between two poles at the end of each row as it is easier than tying up canes.
Grown Hybrid Radish Seeds (Akash) can grow in any well prepared soil. Sow seeds at 1/2 inch depth and 12 inches apart.Excessive watering should be avoided as it will not encourage root growth instead there will be development of the leaves. After 30-60 days, they can be harvested and used for cooking.To enjoy a regular supply, sow seeds in regular batches. The crop is quite hardly and can be grown all winter.You can even grow these in containers with enough depth.Also we at GreenMyLife are always a mail away for any questions you may have about your plants.