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  • Dwarf HYBRID DRUMSTICK SEEDS - Moringa oleifera Vegetable seeds MORINGA SEEDS / DRUMSTICK SEEDS PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR MORINGA SEEDS There are many ways to plant Moringa seeds. Some Moringa growers soak the seeds for a few days, some plant them in pots, some sow them directly into the ground. Our best results have come from starting them in small pots, in loose, organic potting soil that has some coconut coir mixed in with it. Plant them about 3/4 to 1 inch deep, and tamp the soil down on top of them loosely. They do not like compacted soil. Then, water them thoroughly, put them in a warm place with as much light as possible, and wait. You can give them a little water every day, until they sprout - then, every other day, water until the soil on top is moist. Too much water - they will drown! Once they are about 8 inches tall, we plant them right into the ground or transfer them into larger pots. You can start them in Jiffy Peat Pellets, but peat does not provide enough nourishment for them to thrive. If you use the Peat Pellets, transplant them into larger pots filled with potting soil, when they are about 3 inches tall - Jiffy Peat Pellet, and all! Above, we mentioned soaking the seeds. If you do, be prepared - they develop a strong, unusual smell. We usually plant ours right into the potting mix or into the ground, but soaked seeds are fine - just remember to use the water they soaked in, when you are planting them. They do not care for clay, heavily compacted soil, vermiculite, or peat pots. The Jiffy Peat Pellets are fine for sprouting them, but peat pots dry out too fast for Moringa seedlings. If that is all you have to use, you will have to keep a close watch on them, so they do not dry out. If you intend to start them right in the ground, please remember that Moringas are considered to be a tropical tree, and they require sunlight, warmth, and some water to grow properly. Once they are firmly established, with “woody” trunks, Moringas can withstand drought-like conditions - but, they need the 3 items underlined above, to get off to a good start. Moringa seeds prefer to sprout in temperatures that are between 70° and 90°F. No matter how you plant them, be sure to allow for good drainage, as their roots will rot in soggy soil. We cannot stress this, enough! Within 2 weeks of planting your Moringa seeds, you should have seedlings up, sporting healthy, green leaves. Once they put out some distinct branches, water them only once or twice a week. They do not like their roots to be standing in wet soil, so be sure they have good drainage. When they are about 8 to 10 inches tall, we start to harvest a few leaves from each seedling, by cutting the branches in half, which encourages them to "bush" out. Not too much water, lots of warmth, occasional organic fertilization, some water, and your Moringa seedlings will grow into lovely, valuable Moringa trees! pack of 2 seeds https://floatproductimages.s3.amazonaws.com/actual/5691efd49ec6680ed4459dcb.jpg

    Dwarf HYBRID DRUMSTICK SEEDS - Moringa oleifera Vegetable seeds
    INR. 155

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    MORINGA SEEDS /
    DRUMSTICK SEEDS

    PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR MORINGA SEEDS

    There are many ways to plant Moringa seeds. Some Moringa growers soak the seeds for a few days, some plant them in pots, some sow them directly into the ground. Our best results have come from starting them in small pots, in loose, organic potting soil that has some coconut coir mixed in with it.
    Plant them about 3/4 to 1 inch deep, and tamp the soil down on top of them loosely. They do not like compacted soil. Then, water them thoroughly, put them in a warm place with as much light as possible, and wait. You can give them a little water every day, until they sprout - then, every other day, water until the soil on top is moist. Too much water - they will drown!
    Once they are about 8 inches tall, we plant them right into the ground or transfer them into larger pots. You can start them in Jiffy Peat Pellets, but peat does not provide enough nourishment for them to thrive. If you use the Peat Pellets, transplant them into larger pots filled with potting soil, when they are about 3 inches tall - Jiffy Peat Pellet, and all!
    Above, we mentioned soaking the seeds. If you do, be prepared - they develop a strong, unusual smell. We usually plant ours right into the potting mix or into the ground, but soaked seeds are fine - just remember to use the water they soaked in, when you are planting them. They do not care for clay, heavily compacted soil, vermiculite, or peat pots. The Jiffy Peat Pellets are fine for sprouting them, but peat pots dry out too fast for Moringa seedlings. If that is all you have to use, you will have to keep a close watch on them, so they do not dry out.
    If you intend to start them right in the ground, please remember that Moringas are considered to be a tropical tree, and they require sunlight, warmth, and some water to grow properly. Once they are firmly established, with “woody” trunks, Moringas can withstand drought-like conditions - but, they need the 3 items underlined above, to get off to a good start. Moringa seeds prefer to sprout in temperatures that are between 70° and 90°F. No matter how you plant them, be sure to allow for good drainage, as their roots will rot in soggy soil. We cannot stress this, enough!
    Within 2 weeks of planting your Moringa seeds, you should have seedlings up, sporting healthy, green leaves. Once they put out some distinct branches, water them only once or twice a week. They do not like their roots to be standing in wet soil, so be sure they have good drainage. When they are about 8 to 10 inches tall, we start to harvest a few leaves from each seedling, by cutting the branches in half, which encourages them to "bush" out.
    Not too much water, lots of warmth, occasional organic fertilization, some water, and your Moringa seedlings will grow into lovely, valuable Moringa trees!
    pack of 2 seeds

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  • PAPAYA SEEDS - Dwarf Variety Huge Production Hybrid Seeds Fast Growth Easy to Grow High Production Seeds Package Contents: pack of 10 seeds 1. 50 Seeds wrapped with tissue paper in zip lock bag inside paper envelope. 2. Printed growing instructions Botanical name: Carica papaya. It is a table purpose variety. Fruits are round to ovate, medium-large in size with few seeds. The plant is dwarf in habit, producing the first fruit within 100-125 cm from the ground level. When ripe, skin attains a bright yellow colour with orange thick flesh and good flavour. It starts fruiting 146 days from the time of transplanting.The average weight of fruit ranges from 1.5-2 kg. Male and female plants are separate https://floatproductimages.s3.amazonaws.com/actual/5691f2c49ec6680b50113700.jpg

    PAPAYA SEEDS - Dwarf Variety Huge Production Hybrid Seeds
    INR. 199

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    Fast Growth Easy to Grow High Production Seeds

    Package Contents: pack of 10 seeds
    1. 50 Seeds wrapped with tissue paper in zip lock bag inside paper envelope.
    2. Printed growing instructions

    Botanical name: Carica papaya.

    It is a table purpose variety. Fruits are round to ovate, medium-large in size with few seeds. The plant is dwarf in habit, producing the first fruit within 100-125 cm from the ground level. When ripe, skin attains a bright yellow colour with orange thick flesh and good flavour. It starts fruiting 146 days from the time of transplanting.The average weight of fruit ranges from 1.5-2 kg. Male and female plants are separate

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  • Purple Rare Rose Beautiful Flower Seed Roses pack of 10 seeds are best known for their flowers. Roses are popular garden shrubs, as flowering shrubs. They are also grown as cut flowers, as one of the most popular and commonly sold florists' flowers. A few roses are grown for scented foliage (such as Rosa rubiginosa, ornamental thorns, Rosa sericea or their ornamental fruit Rosa moyesii). Rose hips are occasionally made into jam, jelly, and marmalade, or are brewed for tea, primarily for their high vitamin C content. They are also pressed and filtered to make rose hip syrup. Rose hips are also used to produce Rose hip seed oil, which is used in skin products and some makeup products. The leaves of most species are 5?15 centimetres long, pinnate, with (3?) 5?9 (?13) leaflets and basal stipules; the leaflets usually have a serrated margin, and often a few small prickles on the underside of the stem. The vast majority of roses are deciduous but a few (particularly in South east Asia) are evergreen or nearly so. https://floatproductimages.s3.amazonaws.com/actual/5691f6069ec6680ed4459dee.jpg

    Purple Rare Rose Beautiful Flower Seed
    INR. 99

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    Roses
    pack of 10 seeds
    are best known for their flowers. Roses are popular garden shrubs, as flowering shrubs. They are also grown as cut flowers, as one of the most popular and commonly sold florists' flowers.
    A few roses are grown for scented foliage (such as Rosa rubiginosa, ornamental thorns, Rosa sericea or their ornamental fruit Rosa moyesii).
    Rose hips are occasionally made into jam, jelly, and marmalade, or are brewed for tea, primarily for their high vitamin C content. They are also pressed and filtered to make rose hip syrup. Rose hips are also used to produce Rose hip seed oil, which is used in skin products and some makeup products.
    The leaves of most species are 5?15 centimetres long, pinnate, with (3?) 5?9 (?13) leaflets and basal stipules; the leaflets usually have a serrated margin, and often a few small prickles on the underside of the stem. The vast majority of roses are deciduous but a few (particularly in South east Asia) are evergreen or nearly so.

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  • Supota / Chiku / Chikoo / Sapodilla Fruit Seeds Pack Of - 6 Seeds Sapota fruit Sapota fruit is a rich source of Sugars (13-18%). Pulp contain sufficient quantity of minerals per 100 grams of pulp. Fully ripe fruits are eaten along with skin (epicarp). Skin can be removed for old and babies. Out of India Sapota is cultivated for the extraction of Chicle gum. Sapota bark has medicinal value. Planting: Sapota is planted in the field in July-August in the prepared pits. The block planting can be done 8m apart in a square system of plantings. If it is to be done on light soils then planting distance may be reduced to 7m. Thus 144 to 169 plants are required for one hectare which should be booked before hand with a reputed nursery. Flowering and Fruiting: Under tropical climate sapota flowers through out the year, with two main seasons i.e July-November and February-March. In sub-tropical conditions it also flowers twice in October- November and April-May. The flowers are protogynous in nature i.e., stigma of the ovary becomes receptive earlier than the stamens produce pollen. https://floatproductimages.s3.amazonaws.com/actual/5691f6be9ec6680b50113712.jpg

    Supota / Chiku / Chikoo / Sapodilla Fruit Seeds Pack Of - 6 Seeds
    INR. 199

    In stock Available

    Sapota fruit
    Sapota fruit is a rich source of Sugars (13-18%). Pulp contain sufficient quantity of minerals per 100 grams of pulp. Fully ripe fruits are eaten along with skin (epicarp). Skin can be removed for old and babies. Out of India Sapota is cultivated for the extraction of Chicle gum. Sapota bark has medicinal value.
    Planting:
    Sapota is planted in the field in July-August in the prepared pits. The block planting can be done 8m apart in a square system of plantings. If it is to be done on light soils then planting distance may be reduced to 7m. Thus 144 to 169 plants are required for one hectare which should be booked before hand with a reputed nursery.
    Flowering and Fruiting:
    Under tropical climate sapota flowers through out the year, with two main seasons i.e July-November and February-March. In sub-tropical conditions it also flowers twice in October- November and April-May. The flowers are protogynous in nature i.e., stigma of the ovary becomes receptive earlier than the stamens produce pollen.

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  • Bonsai Tree Mix - Kumquat, Lemon, Guava, orange - Fresh Seeds Fabulous Fruit Bonsai Mix Kumquat Fruit Bonsai Dwarf Lemon Bonsai Guava Fruit Bonsai Orange Fruit Bonsai Growing Instructions Included View individual listings to get more information on the separate fruit tree types pack of each 4 seeds https://floatproductimages.s3.amazonaws.com/actual/5691ee1e9ec6680ed4459dc7.jpg

    Bonsai Tree Mix - Kumquat, Lemon, Guava, orange - Fresh Seeds
    INR. 399

    In stock Available

    Fabulous Fruit Bonsai Mix

    Kumquat Fruit Bonsai
    Dwarf Lemon Bonsai
    Guava Fruit Bonsai
    Orange Fruit Bonsai

    Growing Instructions Included

    View individual listings to get more information on the separate fruit tree types pack of each 4 seeds

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  • mixed color Fuchsia flower Seeds 10pcs-Fuchsia-Seeds-Fuchsia-Lantern-Flower-Seeds-Home-Garden-Plants-Decor Scientific name:Forsythia viridissima Lindl Color: As the picture show Growth optimum temperature: 10℃-28℃ https://floatproductimages.s3.amazonaws.com/actual/5691ef229ec66804f42b088c.jpg

    mixed color Fuchsia flower Seeds
    INR. 199

    In stock Available


    10pcs-Fuchsia-Seeds-Fuchsia-Lantern-Flower-Seeds-Home-Garden-Plants-Decor
    Scientific name:Forsythia viridissima Lindl
    Color: As the picture show
    Growth optimum temperature: 10℃-28℃

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  • Dwarf Fruit Seeds Combo Pack Dwarf Guava,Pomegranate,Papaya Seeds Dwarf Fruit Seeds Combo Pack Dwarf Guava,Pomegranate,Papaya Seeds, Free Shipping all Over India Contents 1. Dwarf pomegranate 20 Seeds 2. little Dwarf Guava 25 seeds 3. Dwarf Thai Papaya 20 seeds https://floatproductimages.s3.amazonaws.com/actual/5691f51e9ec66804f42b08a4.jpg

    Dwarf Fruit Seeds Combo Pack Dwarf Guava,Pomegranate,Papaya Seeds
    INR. 399

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    Dwarf Fruit Seeds Combo Pack

    Dwarf Guava,Pomegranate,Papaya Seeds,

    Free Shipping all Over India

    Contents


    1. Dwarf pomegranate 20 Seeds
    2. little Dwarf Guava 25 seeds


    3. Dwarf Thai Papaya 20 seeds

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