As a general guide, most Australian native plant seeds should be sown about their own depth into the potting mix or garden soil. Using seed trays or small pots, sow the seeds 1 – 11/2 times their own depth into the soil – ie. just pressed into the surface of the soil and just barely covered.

Very fine seeds should be just pressed into the surface of the potting soil or mixed into some clean, dry sand to assist dispersal over the surface. Fluffy, clinging seeds can be mixed with dry sand before sewing, to allow the seed to be spread out in the pot or garden bed and to provide something to help hold the seeds in place when watered. Flat seeds should be sown flat side down and just barely covered over.

Watering of most wildflowers, especially during the germination and seedling stages, should gently be done with a mist spray. Until the seeds have pushed their roots into the soil, avoid heavy watering which could disturb the seeds.

As a general guide, most Australian native plant seeds should be sown about their own depth into the potting mix or garden soil. Using seed trays or small pots, sow the seeds 1 – 11/2 times their own depth into the soil – ie. just pressed into the surface of the soil and just barely covered.

Very fine seeds should be just pressed into the surface of the potting soil or mixed into some clean, dry sand to assist dispersal over the surface. Fluffy, clinging seeds can be mixed with dry sand before sewing, to allow the seed to be spread out in the pot or garden bed and to provide something to help hold the seeds in place when watered. Flat seeds should be sown flat side down and just barely covered over.

Watering of most wildflowers, especially during the germination and seedling stages, should gently be done with a mist spray. Until the seeds have pushed their roots into the soil, avoid heavy watering which could disturb the seeds.

There seems to STILL be ambiguity with regards to the question of whether your seeds are shipping from WITHIN Australia. I have had 1 shipment confiscated by customs so I don’t want to go down that path again. So, to be VERY CLEAR:
1. Are your seeds shipped WITHIN AUSTRALIA? Yes or no
2. Or do they only come shipped from Amsterdam in stealth packaging?

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