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Enchantress Mix Rose Seeds

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The Enchantress Mix Rose Seeds offer a captivating blend of rose varieties, including the stunning Blue Enchantress, known for its rose-like shape and ten to twenty petals. These roses thrive in various climates and soils but prefer loose, fertile loam rich in organic matter and slightly acidic water. Flourishing in warm, sunny, and airy environments, these roses add a touch of magic to any garden with their beauty and fragrance.

The Blue Enchantress, with its rose-like shape and ten to twenty petals, is a stunning addition to any garden. Although it thrives in various climates and soils, it prefers loose, fertile loam rich in organic matter and slightly acidic water. This plant flourishes in warm, sunny, and airy environments.

How to Plant?

1. Choose the Right Containers

  • Start seeds in containers that are at least 2-3 inches deep with drainage holes.
  • DIY options: yogurt cups, milk cartons, or paper cups.

2. The “Potting Soil”

  • Use potting soil specifically made for growing seedlings.
  • Avoid using garden soil or reused potting soil from houseplants to ensure healthy, disease-free seedlings.

3. Planting

  • Small seeds can be sprinkled on the soil surface; larger seeds should be buried.
  • After planting, moisten the seeds and cover the pots with wet paper or a plastic dome to keep them moist.
  • Remove the cover when you see the first signs of green.

4. Watering, Feeding, Repeating

  • Keep the soil moist but not soggy, allowing it to dry slightly between waterings.
  • Feed seedlings regularly with liquid fertilizer to ensure healthy growth.

5. Light

  • Seeds need plenty of light, ideally 15 hours a day. Use a timer for consistency.
  • If growing in a window, choose a south-facing exposure and rotate the pots to prevent leaning.
  • For indoor lights, keep them just a few inches above the seedlings and adjust as they grow.
  • Ensure seedlings also have periods of darkness for rest.

6. Move to Outdoors

  • Gradually transition seedlings to the outdoors by placing them in a protected spot (partly shaded, out of the wind) for a few hours each day.
  • Bring them in at night and gradually expose them to more sunlight and wind over a week or 10 days.
  • A cold frame is ideal for hardening off plants before full outdoor planting.