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berries and cream seeds

Strawberries & Cream tastes every bit as delicious as its name would suggest. A prime candidate for either topping or training in, for example, a SCRoG system.

Although a plant with only a medium stretch when switched into flowering mode this strain nevertheless responds extremely well to training which greatly improves yields. It grows well either indoors or outdoors, flowering in 9 – 10 weeks, with medium to high yields depending on environment, conditions and grower skill. Strawberries & Cream is a fantastic resin producer and is very suitable for making hash and other extracts with.

The fastest growing, longest lasting Trailing Pansy for Spring and Autumn. A colourful mixture of purple, violet wing and white Pansies will thrive through the winter as well as our unpredictable summers. These fast growing Pansies are ideal for beds, patio pots, baskets and window-boxes and will flower at pretty much any time of the year. 6-8”. HA.

How to Grow Pansies from Seed

Pansies are fairly straight-forward to raise from seed. For autumn planting out, which will flower the following spring, seed can be sown at any time from May to early July. Sow thinly in trays with a light cover of vermiculite and place in a temperature of 59-65F (15-18C) to germinate. High temperatures and fluctuating moisture levels are the most likely causes of failure. Germination normally takes place between 10 and 14 days.

Prick out the seedlings into individual pots once they are large enough to handle. The plants can grow on until the September when they will be ready for planting out. For containers and for hanging baskets in particular, planting in early spring is often more successful. In this case a later sowing is suitable, August or September, after germination the seedlings should be pricked out into 9cm pots and grown on through the winter in a cold frame before planting out in early March. They should only be covered in severe weather.