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Growing organic flower seeds in your garden
- 10 organic flower seed varieties
- Varieties for every blooming season
- Attracts butterflies and other pollinators
- Encourages healthy soil, healthy plants, and strong living systems
What's different about organic flower seeds?
Why grow organic flower seeds in your garden this year? What makes them different from regular seeds anyway? Conventional seeds are grown using traditional techniques such as synthetic fertilizers and harsh pesticides. Organic seeds are grown in organic systems, using natural fertilizers and pest management techniques, with a focus on soil and plant health. Not only will this ensure the health and longevity of your blooms, but organic seeds are grown using methods that aren't harmful to the air, water and soil. Start your eco-friendly flower garden today by checking out Eden Brothers' wide variety of organic flower seeds!
A chemical-free garden of organic flowers
Organic seeds have a stronger immune system and are naturally pest and pathogen resistant. This is the result of organic farmers focusing on the source problem for pests, which is typically soil nutrient imbalances or poor plant system design. Rather than exposing these plants to harsh chemicals, organic farmers take corrective action in a healthy, natural way. Growing flowers from organic seed ensures that your garden will be free of chemicals, so you and the ecosystem surrounding your garden can breathe a little easier, and a whole lot healthier.
Keep in mind that seeds are merely the beginning of the organic gardening process. To maintain the organic route and assure the most natural plants possible, you must adopt chemical-free growing techniques, nutrient-rich natural soil, and chemical-free water.
Starting organic flower seeds at home
To start your organic flower seeds, choose your planting site. Some varieties may be started indoors while others will require direct sowing into your garden. Organic seeds may require cold stratification or nicking the seed coating prior to planting. If starting your seeds indoors, be sure to cover your planting container with plastic wrap and poke a few holes to allow for ventilation. Place your container in a warm area of the house where it will receive plenty of sunlight. If starting outdoors, most seed varieties will benefit from amending the soil with compost. Eden Brothers offers printable planting guides for every seed variety! Sprinkle or bury your organic flower seeds, per instructions, and label each planting area. Keep soil moist without overwatering. Some varieties are drought tolerant and will require very little watering once established. If you started your organic seeds indoors, harden off your seedlings before transplanting them outdoors. Deadhead your blooms and leaves to encourage optimal growth of your organic flowers. Organic fertilizer may also be used for additional growth encouragement.
Planting guides for all flower seeds
For more information about planting, growing, and caring for organic flower seed, see our organic flower seeds planting guides: Zinnia Seeds Planting Guide, Sunflower Seeds Planting Guide, Cornflower (Bachelor's Button) Seeds Planting Guide, Cosmos Seeds Planting Guide, Marigold Seeds Planting Guide, and Nasturtium Seeds Planting Guide.