Seeds! Where to plant them? Best Seeds for Blooming


If you are a gardener, then you have probably considered planting a lot of different plants. From vegetables to flowers, trees, and even grasses, there is so much that can be done with the right kind of gardening. Have you ever considered planting flowers from seeds? It can be a great way to get started in the world of gardening and having beautiful plants in your yard. If you are thinking about starting this fun hobby for yourself or if you just want to know more about it, here is what you need to know about flower seeds.

In this article we will cover: Seed Count Soil Conditions Sunlight Water

Seed Count

How many seeds should you plant?

How much space do you have to work with? This is the big question! The answer will help determine whether your garden will be a small, simple flower bed or a sprawling meadow with dozens of different species. Your needs may change over time as well. If you’ve never planted anything before, start small and let your gardening skills grow along with your plants.

You can use our handy chart below to find out how many flowers you’ll need for any size outdoor space:

Soil Conditions

Soil conditions are just as important as the right soil pH, temperature, and moisture. These are some of the most common factors that affect the growth of your seedlings:

  • Soil temperature – The ideal soil temperature for germinating seeds is between 64°F (16°C) and 75°F (24°C). It’s also important to take into account how long it takes your plants to reach maturity. If you grow herbs in pots outside or indoors on a window sill, they may only need 2 months before they’re ready for harvest; whereas perennials like dahlias or peonies will grow for up to two years in ideal conditions!
  • Soil moisture – The amount of water needed varies from plant type to plant type; but generally speaking, new seedlings require less frequent watering than established plants do. Make sure you check with the packet instructions before deciding whether or not there’s enough water in those little pots! There should always be enough air space between them so that evaporation doesn’t occur too quickly–this could lead t


First, you’ll want to consider where the seeds will be planted. Sunlight is an important factor in determining how well your flowers grow. If your area gets little sunlight, you may need to provide extra light for them to thrive.

If you’re planting somewhere with little natural sunlight, such as a basement or dark room, it’s best to use artificial lights instead of relying on just ambient sunlight. You can also use this method if there is plenty of daylight but something like a window shade blocks certain parts of the day from getting enough light (for example: at night).


Watering frequency depends on soil conditions, temperature and type of seed. Sprinklers are best for large areas but can lead to over watering if not set up properly. Drip irrigation is best for small areas and can be installed under mulch or in gravel beds to keep moisture levels even throughout the planting area. Also consider watering early in the morning or late in the evening so you don’t waste water by evaporating during hot daylight hours.

Seeds are everywhere and can be used in many different ways.

  • If you’re a gardener, seeds are one of the most important gardening tools that you can use.
  • If you like crafts, there are many different types of seeds that can be used for arts and crafts projects.
  • Seeds can also be used in science experiments or class projects. For example, if someone wanted to do an experiment on how long it takes for a plant to grow from seed, they could plant some seeds and see how long it takes them before their plants start sprouting leaves and flowers.
  • You may have thought about using some of these ideas for cooking or baking with; however, there are also many different kinds of foods that contain seeds inside them! These include nuts (like almonds), grains (like quinoa), beans/legumes (like chick peas), fruits (like apples) and vegetables (like carrots).


I hope that you have found this short blog about seeds to be helpful. If you would like more information on planting or caring for flower seeds please visit our website at In the meantime, I encourage you to get out and enjoy all of the great life giving things they can bring into your life!

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