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Approximately 100 seeds per packet.
A variety that has stood the test of time, thick stalks of mid-green with a superb flavour. Beds will produce good crops for 15-20 years once established.
Pretty Wild Seeds are registered with the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) under number 7529, so you can have confidence in both our products and advice.
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An easy plant to grow and recommended to anyone. Sow seeds Indoors in January or directly outside from Mid April Seeds sown indoors/outdoors should be soaked overnight in warm water to help with germination of the seeds. After the seeds have germinated from indoor sowings they can be transplanted outside at appx 12 " spacing. Seeds sown outdoors should be thinned to 8" spacings and then again once the plants are more established to 12" spacing. It is recommended not to harvest the stems for the first 3 years to allow the plants to become more established. Keep the are weed free and do not allow the soil to become dried out. Adding well rotted organic matter to the soil prior to planting/sowing will encourage vigorous growth and an annual mulch of the same will benefit these plants enormously.