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PRESSING FLOWERS   SEEDS & INSTRUCTIONS 
FOR CONTAINERS & SMALL GARDENS

 

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Meadow Foam

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Larkspur

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Pansy

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Forget-Me-Not

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Candytuft 


MANHATTAN FARMS SEEDS


This envelope contains 5 seed packages, one of each variety pictured and a pamphlet about this flower collection.  The box also contains a 32 page "Short Course in City Gardening" booklet.

One of our most popular products is our pressed flower card kit. The five flowers in this collection all press and hold their colour well. They will help you create many wonderful pressed flower creations.
Available in boxes and envelopes. 

 

 Meadow Foam Meadow Foam also known as the Poached Egg Plant it is one of our native wildflowers.  It is a hardy annual that spreads quickly, creating a mat of 1-inch diameter flowers. Grows to 6 tall.A 6 containers will hold 2 plants.  

 

Larkspur Larkspur is a hardy annual native to southern Europe.  It is highly valued as a pressing flower for its range of trueness of colour when dried or pressed.  The blues of this plant can hold many years.  Grows to be 2 to 3 feet tall.  A 10-inch container will accommodate 2 plants.  

 

Pansy Pansy is an extremely hardy plant native to the North Temperate Zone.  It is a classic pressing flower.  Grows 6 to 8 tall.A 6 container will accommodate 1 plant.  

 

Forget-Me-Not Forget-me-nots are hardy annuals that do best in areas that have long cool springs. The small blossoms are excellent for delicate creations.  They grow 6 to 12 tall.  A 6 container will accommodate 2 plants.  

 

Candytuft Candytuft is very easy to grow. The flowers press and hold their colour well. Their diminutive size makes them especially useful in pressed flower compositions.  They grow 8 to 12 tall.  A 6 container will accommodate 2 plants.

 

100% Recycled Paper Printed and Packaged in Canada Choice of Trees Everywhere Origin of Seeds, Canada and USA

 


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