2000 Maltese Cross flower Seeds
This plant originally comes from parts of Russia and northern Asia; according to tradition, it first arrived in Europe with the Crusaders returning from the Middle East. This soon became a popular garden plant, and can be found in the list of plants that Thomas Jefferson planted in his experimental gardens at Monticello. The Royal Horticultural Society later gave it the Award of Garden Merit.The common name comes from the shape of the flowers, which resemble the pointed star shape known as a Maltese Cross.
Direct sow in early spring, as soon as the soil can be worked; press lightly into the surface of the soil, since this seed needs light to germinate. Keep the soil consistently moist until germination, which usually takes 2-3 weeks. To start indoors, plant the seed in germination flats 6-8 weeks before the last frost of spring. Keep the soil moist, and transplant the seedlings as soon as they can safely be handled.
These seeds are non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms), and are also free from all Neonicotinoids. They are packaged in our superb Gold Mylar Mylar Zip Packaging, which gives the seeds the best storage possible, and allows you to reseal the bag for later use. The artwork and labels on the packet are loaded with information - many people comment that it is the most beautiful packet that they have ever seen. If you have never tried out our seeds before, this is your chance to experience something special!
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