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SOURCED FROM THE VERY GARDENS THAT WE PLANT, OUR SEED PACKS CONTAIN A VARIETY OF NATIVE PLANT SEED SUITED TO FULL SUN CONDITIONS
The best time to plant the seeds is in the fall, as they will naturally undergo a process called stratification*. If not using right away, make sure to store your seed pack in a cool, dry place.
Some species that you may find in your seed pack include:
*stratification is the process whereby seed dormancy is broken in order to promote this germination. In order for the stratification of seeds to be successful, it is necessary to mimic the exact conditions that they require when breaking dormancy in nature.
Read more at Gardening Know How: Seed Stratification: What Seeds Require Cold Treatment https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/propagation/seeds/seed-stratification.htm
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