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Eucalyptus seeds, garden roses, dahlia, and sweetheart roses.

from iGameMom

9 Seed Science Activities for Kids

9 kids science activities about seeds, explore different seed structures, watch seeds spread around, observe seed sprout, and record discoveries. Find out how to set up the experiments so it is easy for kids to observe and measure seedlings. Great spring and garden science activities for kids.

from Survival Life

The Art of Seed Saving

Looking for Prepper Skills, Survival Gear, Tips, SHTF info ? Survival Life is the best blog for preparedness and off the grid living..

from PreparednessMama

DIY Seed Vault-Save Seed for 10 Years

DIY Seed Vault - Learn how to save seeds for at least 10 years | PreparednessMama

from eBay

Nemophila~Penny Black~Easy Annual~30 Seeds

Nemophila menziesii 'Pennie Black' Baby Blue-Eyes, Nemophila menziesii 'Penny Black' Hardy Annual Here is an annual that's "as pretty as a picture".

Bridal Bouquet, blush, peach, mint, ivory, coral. Succulent bouquet. Dahlias, garden roses, astilbe, eucalyptus. -Florals by Jenny -Honey Honey Photography -Franciscan Gardens

from Monarch Butterfly Garden

How To Harvest Milkweed Seeds: All of The Facts, No Fluff!

How To Harvest Milkweed Seeds: All of the Facts, None of the Fluff! Save our Monarchs!

Poppies--growing these in my side garden this year along w/some other wild flowers for bouquets all summer!

from Cynthia Banessa

10 amazing ideas for your garden

Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants. When ready to plant, stick the whole roll in the ground. The roll will decompose. I've seen this with egg cartons...this would give the seedlings more root space!

CHERRY ROSE Sunflower Seeds Flowering in only 40 days, Cherry Rose is quite possibly the fastest blooming sunflower. The dazzling 3-4 inch pollen-free, cherry-red flowers are tipped in lemon-yellow, and feature a handsome, chocolate-brown cone. An excellent variety for cutting, the flowers keep coming over a long season, on branching, 4-5 foot tall plants.