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100 "Vintage" White Strawflower Flower Seeds
100 "Vintage" White Strawflower Flower Seeds
100 "Vintage" White Strawflower Flower Seeds
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100 "Vintage" White Strawflower Flower Seeds

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Up for sale is one pack of 100 "Vintage" White Strawflower seeds. Very easy to sow and create tall 30" stems with flower heads in pure white.

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CULTURE

Soil temperature: 70 degrees
Germination lighting: Light
Germination days: 12-20 days
Depth: 1/8"
Plant spread: 12"
Plant height: 30''
Plant type: Annual
Maturation days: 50 days

For zones 1-12 Strawflower is very easy to sow. It's best to direct sow these in the spring after your last frost. Sow on the surface and very lightly dust with peat as they need light to germinate. If direct sowing these seeds are very small and it's best to mix your seeds with 1/2 cup of dry sand and distribute them with a small shaker.

You can also start these in pots 6 weeks before you first frost in the spring. Like direct sowing place them on the surface and lightly cover with vermiculite or sand. Be advised they require warmth to germinate and if starting in winter wet soil will be colder than the inside temperature of your home. We use a germination heating mat placed on top of our seed tray, at night when your seeds are not under lights, when germinating these warm weather seeds in winter. Once the seeds start to germinate you can stop using the heating mat and after your last frost transplant them into your garden.

Strawflower dislike soggy roots and can tolerate high heat and drought like conditions. In the garden find a high spot or sow into a garden bed with at least a 6" raised bed. While technically a perennial you should treat them as an annual. Though they rarely come back they do self seed very easily.