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Thank You Seed Packet

SKU: AM017766
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Overview

The Thank You Seed Packet is an easy, affordable giveaway to let someone know they’re appreciated. Who wouldn’t love a cheery gift of Black-Eyed Susan flower seeds to add to a flowerpot or garden? Perfect for handouts or mailing, the Thank You Seed Packets offer an eco-friendly way to express thanks to groups of people (students, volunteers, club members, or wedding gift givers).

key features
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8
Seed Life Cycle
Biennial
Seed Coverage
1 packet covers 10 square feet
Seed Packet Size
Full Size Packet - 4 1/2" tall x 3 1/4" wide

Description

The Thank You Seed Packet is an easy, affordable giveaway to let someone know they’re appreciated. The cheery Black-Eyed Susan design makes for a perfect "thank you." Packets are full size, 3 ¼” wide x 4 ½” tall and contain our biennial Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) seeds. All our seed at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and 100% pure seed. Our packets are printed on 70% post-consumer recycled paper with soy-based ink.

Front text: Thank You

Back text: With Appreciation | We could all use a little reminder for the many things we have to be thankful for, no matter how big or small. Plant these Black-Eyed Susan seeds and may each bloom serve as an appreciative reminder to pay it forward.

Personalization: Ready-to-ship packets do not include customization, but you may add an Avery Label to the back of the packet to include your personal message or contact information. Learn how to personalize your own packet. Orders of 2,000 packets or more qualify for full customization. Learn more about custom-designed packets.

Planting instructions included on the packet: When to plant: In spring, wait until frosts are past. You can also plant in summer, but you’ll have to water more. In fall, plant after killing frost and your seeds will winter over just fine and then sprout for you in early spring. Expect blooms in the second year.
Find a sunny spot (up to 5 sq. ft.). Remove growth & spread evenly (do not bury). Compress into surface of the soil. Keep soil moist until seedlings are 4-6” high.