Settler Hives' Seed Sets - Edible Collection
Make your next meal a delight to the eyes as well as to you belly! This combo perfect to mix together in a big tub by the kitchen door.
Everything is grown to decorate, garnish and eat!
Edibles don't just look good they're good for your health too. Add these to salads or garnish for an extra kick of Vitamin C and antioxidants to your diet. Win, win!
The Edible collection includes;
~ 6 Seed Packets
Alyssum, lobular maritima 'Carpet of Snow'
Marigold, tagets erecta ‘Crackerjack’
Chamomile, chamomilla 'Matricaria'
Forget me not, 'Blue'
Bachelor's Button, 'Cornflower, Blue'
You don't have to use them all at once either, each packet can be resealed and seeds stored for the next year.
Each box* set has "how to plant" instructions under the lid, to make easy planting for even the most novist of gardeners.
*Pleace note that the gift boxes have had a slight freshen up so the colour and style differs slightly to product images.
*Positive vibes only, double check your local planting times
+ START WITH SOME FANCY DIRT
First things first, get yourself a bag of seed raising mix from your local gardening shop and fill a pot or weeded garden bed with its nutritious soil. Pat it down like the good little seed-home it is.
+ TOSS IN YOUR SEEDS
Still with us? Pop your precious seeds into that beautiful new dirt twice as deep as their size (hint: that's not very deep). Your seed packet will tell you how far apart your sprouts need to be growing. Cover with just enough soil to hide them from view. Tuck them in with another gentle pat-down.
+ ADD WATER AND SUNSHINE
Focus, people! You've made it this far. Be sure to water your seeds regularly (2-3 times per week). Keep your soil moist (not drenched) and warmed by the sun (not scorched). It's all about balance, baby.
+ WHEN TO CELEBRATE
Congratulations! You grew these seeds with your own two hands (and quite a bit of help from us, you must admit). Watch in wonder as your first sprouts appear after 2-3 weeks. Give your new plants cute pet names. Invite your neighbours over to gawk at their beauty. Start referring to yourself as a gardener when introducing yourself at parties.