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Mixed Organic Berry Seed Pack

Mixed Organic Berry Seed Pack

Mixed Organic Berry Seed Pack

Regular price $37.99 Sale price $24.99
Get it between May 16 - May 20

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WHAT IS INCLUDED?

 All individually packed and labelled and grouped into one foil zip-lock bag.

 20+ Red Raspberry Seeds (Rubus idaeus)

 20+ Highbush Blueberry Seeds (Vaccinium corymbosum)

 20+ Red Strawberry Seeds (Fragaria x ananassa)

 20+ Blackberry Seeds (Rubus ursinus)

10+ Black Mulberry Seeds (Morus nigra) 

***See below for individual growing instructions***

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HOW TO GROW

KIWIBERRIES


Step 1

Place the seeds into a plastic zip-lock

with garden soil, write the date and

place bag into the fridge for 6 weeks.

 

Step 2

After 6 weeks, sow each seed about

3mm into seed trays of sandy soil.

Moisten and then move into part sun position.

Seeds should germinate after 3-4 weeks.

 

Step 3

Once sprouted, move tray to sunny position.

Transplant seedlings when 10-15cm in height.

Keep in a small-medium pot until

after first winter.

 

Step 4

Transplant to final position after last frost.

Once established, will survive severe cold.

Additional water advised when fruiting.

Kiwiberry Plants can take between

5-6 years to begin fruiting.

 

HOW TO GROW

RASPBERRIES

 

Step 1

Place the seeds into a plastic zip-lock

with garden soil, write the date and

place bag into the fridge for 8 weeks.

 

Step 2

After 8 weeks, sow each seed about

3mm into seed trays of sandy soil.

Moisten and then move into part sun position.

Seeds should germinate after 3-4 weeks.

 

Step 3

Once sprouted, move tray to sunny position.

Transplant seedlings when 10-15cm in height.

Keep in a small-medium pot until

after first winter.

 

Step 4

Transplant to final position after last frost.

Once established, will survive severe cold.

Additional water advised when fruiting.

Raspberries can take between

2-3 years to begin fruiting.

 

 

HOW TO GROW

BLUEBERRIES

 

Step 1

Place the seeds into a plastic zip-lock

with garden soil, write the date and

place bag into the fridge for 8 weeks.

 

Step 2

After 8 weeks, sow each seed about

3mm into seed trays of sandy soil.

Moisten and then move into part sun position.

Seeds should germinate after 3-4 weeks.

 

Step 3

Once sprouted, move tray to sunny position.

Transplant seedlings when 10-15cm in height.

Keep in a small-medium pot until

after first winter.

 

Step 4

Transplant to final position after last frost.

Once established, will survive severe cold.

Additional water advised when fruiting.

Blueberries can take between

18-24 months to begin fruiting.

 

HOW TO GROW

STRAWBERRIES

 

Step 1

Place seeds into a plastic zip-lock

and freeze for at least 2 weeks.

After 2 weeks, take seeds out

and allow them to return to room

temperature.

 

Step 2

Sow seeds onto the surface of

 seed raising mix in seed trays

 or small pots. Moisten and then

move to a sunny position.

Germination time can vary

from 2-6 weeks.

 

Step 3

Seedlings can be transplanted

once three leaves are growing.

Once all chance of frost has

passed they can be moved

directly into the ground.

 

Step 4

Even when established, will require

regular watering and daily checking

through summer when flowers

and fruiting occurs.

Strawberries will take between

12-18 months to bear fruit.

 

HOW TO GROW

BLACKBERRIES

 

Step 1

Place the seeds into a plastic zip-lock

with garden soil, write the date and

place bag into the fridge for 12 weeks.

 

Step 2

After 12 weeks, sow each seed about

3mm into seed trays of sandy soil.

Moisten and then move into part sun position.

Seeds should germinate after 3-4 weeks.

 

Step 3

Once sprouted, move tray to sunny position.

Transplant seedlings when 10-15cm in height.

Keep in a small-medium pot until

after first winter.

 

Step 4

Transplant to final position after last frost.

Once established, will survive severe cold.

Additional water advised when fruiting.

Blackberries can take between

2-3 years to begin fruiting.


HOW TO GROW

MULBERRIES

 

Step 1

Place the seeds into a plastic zip-lock with

sandy-like soil. Write the date and place

bag into the fridge for 3 months.

 

Step 2

After 3 months, sow seeds about 3mm

into seed trays of sandy soil.

Moisten and move into full sun position.

Seeds should germinate after 3-4 weeks.

 

Step 3

Once sprouted, move tray to sunny position.

Transplant seedlings 2 weeks after sprouting to

a small-medium pot until after first winter.

 

Step 4

Transplant to final position after first winter.

Additional water advised when fruiting.

Mulberry Trees can take between

7-10 years to begin fruiting.

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Testimonials

Fast delivery and excellent quality bags. Thanks team!

Jane Townsend, Perth 🇦🇺

Great quality product, very durable and perfect for growing potatoes.now we'll have heaps of spuds for New Year's.

David Gullison, Darwin 🇦🇺

Exactly what I wanted-excellent time delivery. Will let my friends know about it.

Wendy Black, Gold Coast 🇦🇺

Love these bags! Very good cannot wait to see how many potatoes I will end up with.

Jessica Williamson, Geelong 🇦🇺
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