A gardener all that is original, burlap, to grow a flowery composition of three different floral species, nasturtium, sunflower dwarf and daisy.
Start growing indoors, at around 18 ° C, as early as January.
The planter is composed of 3 small square gardens. Unfold the 3 bags in thick plastic film, they are perfectly waterproof for all the culture.
Place a pad of dehydrated coconut soil in each of them.
Water with 6 to 7 times their volume in tap water: they swell in just a few minutes. Disintegrate them to form the land of culture.
Sow 3 or 4 seeds of nasturtium and as much sunflower in two bags, and make a homogeneous sowing of daisy over the entire surface of the earth, spacing the seeds well. After emergence, keep 3 seedlings of nasturtium, 2 of sunflower and thin the daisy seedlings in several times to keep, finally, 2 plants. Otherwise, the seedlings compete with each other.
Keep inside the house near a well-lit source.
From April, it is advisable to take out the plants on a balcony or on the edge of a window for them to grow.
In a box size 11.5 x 13 cm
A planter in burlap lined with a plastic film inside
3 plastic bags
3 pad of dehydrated and compressed coconut soil
1 bag of Tom Thumb nasturtium seeds, 1 sachet of Sunflower Sunspot and 1 packet of daisy seeds.
Radis et Capucine, is above all, a story of family. Created in 1927 in Anjou, the company produces seeds since three generations. Their values are simple: democratize the gardening and especially make a recreational and educational activity for all the family. Seeds Radis and Capucine arise from the organic farming and its jars are assembled in France in Maine-et-Loire.