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Select from more than 100 varieties of handpicked open pollinated desi (naatu, naati) flower seeds ranging from Lotus seeds, Marigold Flower Seeds, Adenium seed, Lilly bulbs, Rose seeds, Zinnia seeds, Petunia seeds, Sunflower seeds, chrysanthemum and many more bulbs and planter pots. Our flower seeds are selected from the finest plants and have a high germination rate. For beginners, try easy to grow flowers like marigold, lotus, nasturtium, morning glory, zinnia and dahlia, aparajita, parijat. Flower seeds give the best germination in coco peat and seedling trays. All the flower seeds have the sowing season and difficulty mentioned in the description. Free shipping above Rs 150.

Flowers can be grown from little, dry seeds called “flower seeds.”

A beautiful garden can be made at a reasonable price by growing flowers from seeds, and you get the delight of seeing the plants develop from seed.

Flower seeds come in a variety of varieties, including heirloom seeds, biennials, perennials, and annuals.

When selecting Flower seeds for your garden, take into account the amount of sunlight and the environment in your area.

The type of flower seed and the environment in your area will determine the optimum time to plant it. Typically, spring or autumn are the best times to grow flower seeds.

The type of flower seed and the environment in your area will determine the optimum time to plant it. Typically, spring or autumn are the best times to grow flower seeds.

Make sure you plant Flower seeds at the proper depth and follow the seed packet’s directions for how to sow them.

Regularly water the flower seeds; ideally in the morning or evening. Make sure the soil is moist but not soggy.

To avoid pest and disease infestations, use natural pest management strategies and practise excellent hygiene in your garden.

Use the proper fertilisers and soil additives to give flower seedlings the nutrients they require.

Flower seedlings should be thinned out by removing the weaker plants to provide room for the stronger ones to develop appropriately.

Flower seedlings should be carefully dug up from the ground and planted in their new place.

To avoid heat stress, give the Flower seeds shade or cover them during the warmest part of the day.

To keep the flower seeds from being harmed by frost, cover them with mulch or other safeguarding materials.

Plant a small number of seeds, then watch them grow as a germination test.

To make sure the Flower seeds are appropriate for your area, check the seed packet or seek advice from a gardening professional.

Plant the Flower seeds per the instructions on the packet in an area with enough sunlight and well-draining soil.

Use slow-release fertilisers and pick low-maintenance plants.

Yes, a variety of flower seeds, including geraniums, marigolds, and African violets, can be utilised for indoor planting.

Make sure the soil drains well, and don’t overwater the flower seeds.

To make an impressive visual display, choose Flower seeds with vibrant blooms and leaves and plant them in a strategic pattern.

Pick flower seeds that have a water source and draw in pollinators like bees and butterflies.

To grow Flower seeds vertically, such as on a trellis or in a hanging basket, use the proper planters and supports.

To make the most of the available area, choose compact Flower seeds and employ vertical growing methods.

Select containers that are the right size for the Flower seeds and have enough drainage holes.

Make sure the soil and moisture levels are suitable before carefully removing the Flower seedlings from their current container and replanting them in their new container.

Use a drip irrigation system and flower seeds that use less water, such succulents and cactus, to reduce water waste.

Some flower seeds can be multiplied using techniques including layering, cuts, or division.

Maintain appropriate hygiene standards, regularly cut and fertilise the plants, and make sure they get enough water and sunlight. It’s crucial to keep an eye out for pests and illnesses and to take immediate action if anything goes wrong.

The ideal container for growing flower seeds is one that is at least 6 inches deep and has sufficient drainage. Make sure the pot you select is the right size for the plant you intend to cultivate.

When growing flower seeds in pots, use organically rich, well-draining soil. You might also use a soilless mixture designed exclusively for container planting.

Yes, regular fertilisation is beneficial for flower seeds grown in containers. Use a balanced fertiliser that has the same amounts of potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen.

The method for collecting flower seeds in pots varies depending on the kind of bloom. Typically, flowers are harvested by cutting the stems right above a pair of leaves.

In fact, flower seeds can be cultivated hydroponically without soil in a nutrient-rich solution. Faster growth and larger yields may result from using this technique.

You can reuse the soil from Flower Seeds containers for new plants, but make sure to replace the nutrients by adding fresh compost and fertiliser.

A terrific technique to get fresh blooms in a small space is to plant flower seeds in pots on a balcony. Just be careful to select flowers that will flourish in the available temperature and light.

cultivate lights or other artificial light sources can be used to cultivate flower seeds indoors without access to natural light. Just be careful to give each variety of flower the right kind and amount of light.

Although flower seeds can be sown directly in the ground, pot-growing gives growers more control over the soil’s quality, drainage, and positioning.

If given the right attention and maintenance, flower seeds in pots can live for several years. However, the type of flower and the growth environment have an impact on how long a plant will live.

Yes, Flower Seeds can be cultivated in pots all year long with the right maintenance and care. During the winter, think about bringing the pots indoors or utilising indoor growing lights.

Remaining Flower Seeds should be kept in an airtight container in a cool, dry location and marked with the type of seed and the date of storage. For optimal results, make sure you plant the seeds within a year.