MIXED HEIRLOOM VEGETABLE & HERBS SEEDS
18 Types - 18 PACKS of Vegetable & Herbs Heirloom Mix - 1100+ HEIRLOOM Seeds
1 x Complimentary Pack
The seeds of each listed below vegetable, herb and flower type have been RANDOMLY MIXED with multiple varieties of that particular type in ONE SINGLE packet.
You will receive 18 separate packets, representing each type of Vegetable or Herb or Flower.
1 Complimentary Pack
This value pack of vegetables & herbs seeds heirloom mix suitable for a warmer time of the year. The backyard gardener receives a continual harvest of fresh veggies and herbs throughout Spring, Summer and late Autumn months.
NOTE: Avoid growing Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Onions, Peas and Spinach during the extremely hot period of the year.
You will grow a kaleidoscope of vegetables/herbs, many never seen in supermarkets. The various shapes, sizes, colours and tasteful veggies and herbs will are on the cards when you start growing these beauties – the surprise factor will end when fruits start to develop or at time of harvest (root vegetable)!
You will receive each variety in a separate pack along with propagation notes.
+ VEGETABLES +
1 x Beetroot Heirloom Mix (50 Seeds)
1 x Bean (DWARF) Mix (15 Seeds)
1 x Capsicum Heirloom Mix (20 Seeds)
1 x Carrot Heirloom Mix (100 Seeds)
1 x Chilli Heirloom Mix (30 Seeds)
1 x Cucumber Heirloom Mix (20 Seeds)
1 x Eggplant Heirloom Mix (50 Seeds)
1 x Kale Heirloom Mix (100 Seeds)
1 x Lettuce Heirloom Mix (400 Seeds)
1 x Pea Heirloom Mix (25 Seeds) - Some of the seeds in this mix are treated*
1 x Pumpkin Heirloom Mix (15 Seeds)
1 x Radish Heirloom Mix (50 Seeds)
1 x Rockmelon Heirloom Mix (15 Seeds)
1 x Tomato Heirloom Mix (50 Seeds)
1 x Tomato Cherry Mix Heirloom Mix (15 Seeds)
1 x Watermelon Heirloom Mix (10 Seeds)
+ Pollinator Attractors +
1 x Beneficial Bug Mix (100+ Seeds)
1 x Marigold Mix (50+ Seeds)
+ Complimentary Pack +
1 x Tulsi Mix (Holy Basil - Queen of Herbs - Anti Stress Herb) - 70+ Seeds
Propagation Notes will be supplied with each pack for your convenience.
A few of varieties of pea seeds are treated with a fungicide (Thiram) in this seed mixture, do not eat the seeds or feed them to animals. It does not affect your crops or harm insects such as bees. The seeds are strictly for propagation or growing in the garden only. The resultant crop is edible.
Fungicide treatment is an AQIS (Biosecurity, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, Government of Australia) requirement for certain seeds varieties. If your packet has been treated, it will be well marked with a warning and the seeds will be dyed a distinct colour.
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