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Garden Sprinkles Hummingbird Seed Kit

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Love seeing Hummingbirds in your yard? Then plant these sweet nectar-producing wildflowers in many different shapes and sizes. Lovely shades of pinks, reds, and purples that naturally provide nectar to attract hummingbirds to your garden. Includes 17 varieties of seed, reusable recycled US steel tin, directions. Tin 2" diam. 

The best time to plant the seed kit in your area depends on the climate and rainfall patterns. In cool climates, plant in spring, early summer, or late fall. Fall plantings should be late enough so that seeds do not germinate until spring.

In mild climates, plant during the cooler months of the year, fall through spring, for best results. Fall plantings prior to periods of rainfall will insure an early display of flowers the following spring.

Select a sunny well-drained area. Rake soil to form a clean, loose seedbed. Scatter seed mix evenly over the area to be planted, then rake the area gently and lightly pack the soil. Water, if needed, to keep the soil moist in spring or summer until germination occurs, then water as needed. Germination will begin within 7–21 days when the soil temperature is 65oF (18oC) or warmer. Annual flowers will begin to bloom within 6–8 weeks after germinating. Perennials will produce foliage the first year and bloom the following years.

flowers. Rocket Larkspur, Delphinium ajacis | Perennial Lupine, Lupinus perennis | Arroyo Lupine, Lupinus succulentus Gayfeather, Liatris spicata | Four-O-Clocks, Mirabilis jalapa | Rocky Mountain Penstemon, Penstemon strictus | Scarlet Sage, Salvia coccinea | Gilia, Ipomopsis rubra | Annual Red Phlox, Phlox drummondii | Sweet William Pinks, Dianthus barbatus Spurred Snapdragon, Linaria maroccana | Lemon Mint, Monarda citriodora | Giant Columbine, Aquilegia caerulea | Eastern Columbine, Aquilegia canadensis | Tussock Bellflower, Campanula carpatica | Wild Petunia, Petunia violacea | Foxglove, Digitalis purpurea.

zones. 3–9 | seed. 11 g | coverage. 125 sq. ft.