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About Hybrid Alyssum Seeds

Alyssum Plants are Delicate and tender annuals, they are small and very easy to grow. Alyssum Plants are good candidates for container gardens too, Here are few steps which will guide you grow a healthy Alyssum in containers as well as in your garden patch

Step 1: From seeds to Planting

Initially, you got to buy Seeds. Buy organic alyssum seeds From Trusted Company, while selecting alyssum flower seeds india its good practice to go through the reviews and be guided by an experienced person

Alyssum Plants are grown from seed, plant alyssum seed straight in to the garden in mild climates in your container or flower garden, choose a location where the plant can get at least 4 to 6 hours of direct sun to flower well. If you’re planting in flower garden, Simply sprinkle seeds in the soil bed and lightly press them into the soil. Keep the soil evenly moist and they will germinate within one week. Plant alyssum tightly together in groups spaced only 6 inches apart to create a quicker flowering carpet effect.

Step 2: Choosing the pot/land and soil

Alyssums are small Plants that may get 3 to 6 inches tall and produce clusters of tiny flower in clumps. The bloom comes in pink, salmon, purple, white and yellow. These plants can be easily grown in railing planters and hanging baskets a wide variety of pots which come in different shapes and sizes. It’s good a container with a drainage hole which prevents damaging the plant in case of over watering. Choosing containers are up to you what you prefer, better keep it quite huge and attractive making flowers stand out , check our terracotta’s/ plastic containers. A container with a drainage hole prevents damaging the plant in case of over watering.

Avoid using soil found near your place as they bloom with a rich potting mix. Check our potting mix which includes compost and fertilizer contents. In case you want to plant it in land choose a position with full sunlight as they don’t tolerate wet beds usually in winters. Till the soil 2-3 times with fertilizer and compost before you sow the seeds into the land. In case you are transplanting place the head of roots underground press gently around so that the plant stands steady.

Step 3: Watering and taking care

Regular watering every day during the growth leads to appealing flowers. Water the plant early in the day by keeping the soil beds moist not wet. Water in every dry condition avoids over watering. 

Include a layer of compost and fertilizer as a potting mix every four weeks. Too rich soil, overwatering and excess fertilizer can lead to less flowering.

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Our company has mastered the art in offering Exclusive hybrid alyssum seeds India to the clients. Exclusive organic alyssum seeds is manufactured by professionals by making use of premium quality raw material and advanced technology. Flower seeds online is demanded by expensive clients owing to lustrous finish and beautiful looks. These products have been checked on various levels of quality at premise. Offered range is offered in different specification as per need or requirement of clients. These products are well known for strong, long lasting nature and completely tested.

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