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Mixed Pansy Tree Ring Mat - Grow Pansies Tree Border Garden Flowers. Includes: (1) Pre-seeded 17" x 5' Flower Seed Mat. Simply Roll out, plant and grow. Instant garden mat for flowering bushes.
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- Description: Pansies are lightly scented and low growing. Simply unfold the mat, position around your tree trunk, and cover with a light layer of soil and water. Instructions are included.
- Ideal Ship time: Between 4/16/2012 and 06/01/2012 - Bloom Time: Summer
- NOTE: Most seeds take 10 to 14 days to germinate, and they tend to bloom 4-8 weeks after germination. DO NOT WEED PLANTING AREA FOR THE FIRST 3-4 WEEKS.
- Sun Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Shade - Type/Size: 17" x 5' Mat - Color: Mixed - Foliage Color: Green
- Ships from: Reinhardt Depot Nursery, New York
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Seed Mats STEP 1: Select a site which receives at least 4-6 hours of sunlight each day and is somewhat protected from the wind. STEP 2: Prepare the soil to a depth of 3-4" and the same size as the mat. STEP 3: Carefully lay out the mats with "this side up" facing up. STEP 4: Cover each mat completely with no more than 1/8" soil. This will hold the mat down and allow flower seeds to easily germinate. For best results, use a commercial sterile potting soil. STEP 5: Soak the mat entirely (preferably using a hose with a fine spray) until mat is saturated and appears to melt into the soil. Continue to keep the mat moist until plants are established (2-3" high). CHECK DAILY to be sure the top 1" of soil is moist. After the seeds have sprouted, water as necessary. STEP 6: Young plants are very tender. Protect them from pets and cover them if a late frost is anticipated. STEP 7: Plants may be thinned out when established and transplanted to other garden areas. Early Growth of many flowers resembles weeds - DO NOT WEED PLANTING AREA FOR THE FIRST 3-4 WEEKS. TRY DIFFERENT PATTERNS You don't need to leave your seed mat as one long border. Cut it up into different shapes, and spread it out! You can plant spring-flowering bulbs in between the pieces. Since some perennials do not bloom until the second year, you can mix them in with a first-year border to provide instant color while the perennials mature. There's no one right way - it's up to you! IS FERTILIZING NECESSARY? Some flowers will bloom in poor soils, but most will benefit from some fertilizer. If your soil needs to be improved, use a low nitrogen fertilizer with a 5-10-10 ratio or add organic matter such as weed-free straw or grass clippings, peat moss, well-rotted compost, or leaf mold. These will enhance soil texture and encourage the growth of beneficial microorganisms. Over fertilizing can promote weeds and lush foliage instead of flowers.