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Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 2 Pounds Nutty Smell 908 grams
Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 2 Pounds Nutty Smell 908 grams
Our Price: $35.00

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How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 2 Pounds Nutty Smell 908 grams
Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 2 Pounds Nutty Smell 908 grams
Our Price: $35.00

Sold for planting purposes.

How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 5 Pounds Nutty Smell
Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 5 Pounds Nutty Smell
Our Price: $75.00



How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 5 Pounds Nutty Smell
Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 5 Pounds Nutty Smell
Our Price: $75.00



How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 10 Pounds Nutty Smell
Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 10 Pounds Nutty Smell
Our Price: $130.00



How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 10 Pounds Nutty Smell
Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 10 Pounds Nutty Smell
Our Price: $130.00



How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 20 Pounds Nutty Smell
Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 20 Pounds Nutty Smell
Our Price: $249.00



How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 20 Pounds Nutty Smell
Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 20 Pounds Nutty Smell
Our Price: $249.00



How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 50 Pounds Nutty Smell
Spanish Blue Poppy Seeds 50 Pounds Nutty Smell
Our Price: $380.00



How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 50 Pounds Nutty Smell
Giganteum Papaver Somniferum Poppy Seeds 50 Pounds Nutty Smell
Our Price: $380.00



How to Germinate Poppy Seeds Indoors Step 1Mix 1 part humus-rich potting soil with 2 parts fine-textured vermiculite. Moisten the mixture before filling the containers. Place the containers into the slotted tray and fill them with the moistened mixture. Place the slotted tray into the solid soaking tray.

Step 2Mix the tiny poppy seeds with fine sand to avoid over seeding the pots. How much sand depends on how thinly you want them planted, but a ratio of 3 parts sand to 1 part seed is usually sufficient.

Step 3Sprinkle the seed and sand mixture onto a creased piece of paper and tap lightly to spread the seed onto the top of the soil. Cover them lightly with vermiculite and spray the top of the soil with water to help the seeds settle. Cover the seeds with plastic until they sprout, then remove the plastic.

Step 4Water the seeds from the bottom by filling the soaking tray with just enough water to keep the seeds evenly moist. Maintain good air circulation to prevent damping-off fungus from taking hold.

Step 5Thin the seedlings to one per pot when they reach 1 inch in height. To keep from disturbing the roots, use small scissors to clip off the unwanted seedlings instead of pulling them. Plant your poppies outside when there is no further danger of frost.
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