Cut Flower Garden Seed Bundle

Get ready for an infinite supply of summer bouquets. Reliable, easy growing, totally unique flowers and greenery in one little bag, ready to go. This mix of seeds will grow you a dreamy garden of cut flowers that will bloom and bloom and bloom all summer long so get your vases and jam jars ready, fam.

Includes six types of flower seed tubes that are ideal for cut flowers, individually packed in a little cotton bag: Matsumoto White Tipped Blue Aster, Transformer Nigella (Love in a Mist), Feather Top Grass, Fata Morgana Scabiosa, Chantilly Salmon Snapdragon, and Queen Lime with Blush Zinnia.

Specific planting instructions are printed on each individual seed tube, but general instructions are below.

Growing Info
How to Plant Stick in the dirt 1/4" deep, 2" apart. Water gently & regularly as seedlings emerge over the next 2 weeks. Once babies are 2” tall, pluck so there's just one per 9-12"
Where to Plant Find a place that gets mostly sun, with decent soil
When to Plant Spring, after your average last frost, or start inside 4-6 weeks earlier
When to Expect Blooms All summer!
Care Instructions Water regularly until established, and pick the flowers regularly (Bring the flowers in! Make bouquets! Have fun!) to encourage more blooms
Extra Credit Plant a few seedlings in random places along your commute route (we call this gorilla gardening)
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  • Can this mix be grown in separate planters

    Absolutely! The seeds come in separate containers - not all mixed together!

  • Hi, I’m wondering what size raised garden this mix is good for? If you plant the 6 tubes 2” apart, how will they end up being 9-12” apart after you pluck them? Stick in the dirt 1/4" deep, 2" apart. Water gently & regularly as seedlings emerge over the next 2 weeks. Once babies are 2” tall, pluck so there's just one per 9-12"

    Hi! Planting seeds 2" apart, you can thin the seedlings when they turn into actual little plants that are crowding each other at your discretion. It depends on how many plants you want to grow, but a 4x4 ft bed would be a good start!