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    Seeds for Planting

    Easy to grow seeds for planting. Fresh seeds grow faster and easier so we have also provided you with some common seeds our customers buy for planting and growing. Here at Bently SEED CO, we grow good things!

    Give back to nature with this gorgeous bee feed flower mix! It provides nectar and pollen to honey bees, wild bees and other pollinators. It’s also ideal for borders and garden beds. Enjoy!

    This mix is a blend of annual and perennial flowers that provide nectar and pollen to wild bees, honey bees and other pollinators. It is well suited for maintained landscapes such as garden beds, borders and managed meadows. It contains early, mid, and late blooming flowers in order to provide bee forage all season long. Flowers are suitable for short-tongued and long-tongued bees and come in a wide range of colors for an attractive display.

    Prepare a bed of loose soil. Sprinkle seeds in prepared area and cover loosely with soil. Keep the area moist until the plants are about 6" tall. It really is that easy!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual/perennial mix
    • Time to Maturity:
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 3
    • Depth: 0.25"
    • Packet Weight: 600mg
    • Bloom Season: early summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bee attractant
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Lbs. Per Acre (First Seeding): 12 Pounds
    • Lbs. Per Acre (Reseeding): 6 Pounds
    • Oz Per 1000 Sq Ft: 5 Ounces
    • Region: North America

    Mix Breakdown

    Chinese Forget-Me-Not, Purple Coneflower, California Poppy, Blue Flax, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Annual Baby’s Breath, Corn Poppy, Crimson Clover, Siberian Wallflower, Clasping Coneflower, Indian Blanket, Baby Blue-Eyes, China Aster, Plains Coreopsis, Sweet Alyssum, Lavender Hyssop, Bergamot, Globe Gilia, New England Aster. 

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    Wholesome and beneficial! Bring Bee Balm to your garden for cooking and treating common ailments. P.S. the bees love it too!

    Sow seed directly into your flower garden after all danger of frost. They can also be spread around fields as a wildflower.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: perennial
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 1/2 months but comes back.
    • Sun Requirement: full sun
    • Spacing:18" - 24"
    • Depth: 1/2 inch
    • Uses: Perfect for teas and flavoring fish dishes.
    • Plant Scientific Name: Monarda

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    This colorful Bird & Butterfly Attracting Seed Mix, will attract all of your favorite winged friends! Blooms, nectar and seeds - something for everyone!

    This annual and perennial mixture is great for creating a backyard habitat to attract your favorite winged wildlife. Flowers in this mix will provide colorful blooms all season long as well as nectar and seed for songbirds, hummingbirds and butterflies.

    Prepare a bed of loose soil. Sprinkle seeds in prepared area and cover loosely with soil. Keep the area moist until the plants are about 6" tall. It really is that easy!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual/perennial mix
    • Time to Maturity:
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Packet Weight: 600mg
    • Bloom Season: summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bird attractant, Bee attractant, Butterfly attractant, Pollinator
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Lbs. Per Acre (First Seeding): 22 Pounds
    • Lbs. Per Acre (Reseeding): 11 Pounds
    • Oz Per 1000 Sq Ft: 8 Ounces
    • Region: Midwest, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest, Texas/Oklahoma, Canada, Western

    Mix Breakdown

    Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Indian Blanket, Cornflower, Cosmos, Tree Mallow, Purple Coneflower, Shasta Daisy, Annual Phlox, Rocket Larkspur, Catchfly, Sweet Alyssum, Globe Gilia, Dwarf Godetia.

    Give back to nature with this gorgeous mix! It provides nectar and pollen to honey bees, wild bees and other pollinators.

    Our Bee Feed Mix packet has a beautiful floral pattern adorned with some busy-buzzing-bees This packet would be a thoughtful favor for the eco-conscious host!

    Send an eco-friendly greeting by using this packet in one of our Seed Packet Greeting Cards!

    Honey Bee Wildflower Planting Directions - 

    Prepare a bed of loose soil. Sprinkle seeds in prepared area and cover loosely with soil. Keep the area moist until the plants are about 6" tall. It really is that easy!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual/perennial mix
    • Time to Maturity:
    • Sun Requirement: Full Sun
    • Depth: 0.25"
    • Bloom Season: early summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bee Feed 
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Packet Weight: 300mg
    • Seeds per Packet: 70-100

    Mix Breakdown

    Forget-Me-Not (cynoglossum), Wallflower, California Orange Poppy, Purple Coneflower, China Aster, Corn Poppy, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Blue Flax, Baby Blue Eyes, Globe Gilia, Indian Blanket, Tidy-Tips, Plains Coreopsis, Sweet Alyssum, Lavender Hyssop, Fleabane Daisy, New England Aster, Bergamot.

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    Bright and colorful, this Eco-Friendly Thank You packet is influenced by the vibrant flora provided to us by pollination. Use this Bee Feed packet to provide nectar and pollen to honey bees, wild bees and other pollinators. Perfect for weddings, showers or as a thank you for any organization.

    Add one of our Seed Packet Greeting cards to send a personalized message to someone!

    Honey Bee Wildflower Planting Directions - 

    Prepare a bed of loose soil. Sprinkle seeds in prepared area and cover loosely with soil. Keep the area moist until the plants are about 6" tall. It really is that easy!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual/perennial mix
    • Time to Maturity:
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 3
    • Depth: 0.25"
    • Bloom Season: early summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bee attractant
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Lbs. Per Acre (First Seeding): 12 Pounds
    • Lbs. Per Acre (Reseeding): 6 Pounds
    • Oz Per 1000 Sq Ft: 5 Ounces
    • Region: North America

    Mix Breakdown

    Forget-Me-Not (cynoglossum), Wallflower, California Orange Poppy, Purple Coneflower, China Aster, Corn Poppy, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Blue Flax, Baby Blue Eyes, Globe Gilia, Indian Blanket, Tidy-Tips, Plains Coreopsis, Sweet Alyssum, Lavender Hyssop, Fleabane Daisy, New England Aster, Bergamot.

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    Butterfly mixture is great for creating a backyard habitat to attract your favorite pollinators. Flowers in this mix will provide colorful blooms all season long as well as nectar and seed for songbirds, hummingbirds and butterflies.

    Prepare a bed of loose soil. Sprinkle seeds in prepared area and cover loosely with soil. Keep the area moist until the plants are about 6" tall. It really is that easy!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual/perennial mix
    • Time to Maturity:
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Bloom Season: summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bird attractant, Bee attractant, Butterfly attractant, Pollinator
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Lbs. Per Acre (First Seeding): 22 Pounds
    • Lbs. Per Acre (Reseeding): 11 Pounds
    • Oz Per 1000 Sq Ft: 8 Ounces
    • Region: Midwest, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest, Texas/Oklahoma, Canada, Western

    Mix Breakdown

    Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Indian Blanket, Cosmos, Cornflower, Tree Mallow, Purple Coneflower, Globe Gilia, Shasta Daisy, Annual Phlox, Catchfly, Sweet Alyssum, Foxglove.

     

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    The Monarch Butterfly is on the brink of extinction, partially due to the lack of Milkweed plants—the only food monarch caterpillars eat. Use this eco-friendly seed packet to spread to word and help create natural monarch habitats along their migration routes!


    Our packet has a natural kraft-look and simple etched design of a butterfly enjoying a milkweed plant. Use as a favor at an event or as a conscientious promotion for your business! 

    Send an eco-friendly greeting by using this packet in one of our Seed Packet Greeting Cards!

    Milkweed Mix Contents: 55% Asclepias Tuberosa (Butterfly), 35% Asclepias Speciosa (Showy), 10% Asclepias Syriaca (Common). These are NOT tropical.

    Milkweed Mix Planting Directions - 

    You can start indoors 6 to 8 weeks before last frost in your area or direct sow after frost danger is past.  Soak seeds in warm water for 24 hours prior to planting.  Keep soil damp until seedlings emerge and then water as necessary.  Seedlings should emerge in 10 days to 3 weeks. Full sun is best.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual
    • Sun Requirement: sun/part shade
    • Spacing: 8" apart
    • Seed Planting Depth: 1/4 "
    • Bloom Season: spring to fall
    • Height: 36 "
    • Uses: borders, containers, garden beds
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Uses: Beds, Container
    • Sowing Method: Early indoors or Direct Sow
    • Seed Count: Approximately 35 seeds per packet

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    Butterfly mixture is great for creating a backyard habitat to attract your favorite pollinators. Flowers in this mix will provide colorful blooms all season long as well as nectar and seed for songbirds, hummingbirds and butterflies.

    Prepare a bed of loose soil. Sprinkle seeds in prepared area and cover loosely with soil. Keep the area moist until the plants are about 6" tall. It really is that easy!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual/perennial mix
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Bloom Season: summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bird attractant, Bee attractant, Butterfly attractant, Pollinator
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Packet Weight: 400mg
    • Seeds per Packet: 30-40
    • Oz Per 1000 Sq Ft: 8 Ounces
    • Region: Midwest, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest, Texas/Oklahoma, Canada, Western

    Mix Breakdown

    Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Indian Blanket, Cosmos, Cornflower, Tree Mallow, Purple Coneflower, Globe Gilia, Shasta Daisy, Annual Phlox, Catchfly, Sweet Alyssum, Foxglove.

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    Honey Bee Wildflower Planting Directions - 

    Prepare a bed of loose soil. Sprinkle seeds in prepared area and cover loosely with soil. Keep the area moist until the plants are about 6" tall. It really is that easy!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual/perennial mix
    • Time to Maturity:
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 3
    • Depth: 0.25"
    • Bloom Season: early summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bee attractant
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Lbs. Per Acre (First Seeding): 12 Pounds
    • Lbs. Per Acre (Reseeding): 6 Pounds
    • Oz Per 1000 Sq Ft: 5 Ounces
    • Region: North America

    Mix Breakdown

    Forget-Me-Not (cynoglossum), Wallflower, California Orange Poppy, Purple Coneflower, China Aster, Corn Poppy, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Blue Flax, Baby Blue Eyes, Globe Gilia, Indian Blanket, Tidy-Tips, Plains Coreopsis, Sweet Alyssum, Lavender Hyssop, Fleabane Daisy, New England Aster, Bergamot.

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    Long lasting greens that provide that zippy classic mustard green flavor!

    Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep in early spring. Thin seedlings 6 inches apart. Can be harvested throughout the growing season by removing outside leaves to encourage new growth. Great for container gardening!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 1 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 6" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • Packet Weight: 1.2g
    • Seeds/Oz: 8400
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-70F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1879 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea

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    A prolific beauty in your garden! The Golden Wax Bean provides you with an abundance of lovely yellow beans that are ideal for freezing, canning and even eating raw right off the plant. Full of beneficial fiber and protein, Golden Wax Beans are a healthy addition to your diet.

    Plant seeds in rows 3 feet apart after danger of frost. Seeds should be planted about 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart. Golden Wax Beans are a hardy bush type plant and require no stakes or trellis.  Water during dry periods and a light application of a garden fertilizer of your choice will help the production of tasty beans,

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 1 & 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1 inch
    • Packet Weight: 8.5g
    • Seeds/Oz: 100
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1871 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

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    This classic variety has been found in gardens for generations! The productive, bushy plant does well in both garden beds and containers.

    Seeds should be planted about 1 1/2 inches deep and 3 inches apart after danger of frost. Can be planted in rows or sections 2 feet apart. No need for trellis as Bush Lima beans grow low to the ground in a compact bush.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 3" apart
    • Depth: 1 1/2 inch
    • Packet Weight: 8.5g
    • Seeds/Oz: 100
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1889 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus lunatus

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    The Standard! Kentucky Wonders have been producing hearty, flavorful beans for generations. Tall, vigorous and productive!

    Plant seeds in rows 3 feet apart after danger of frost. Seeds should be planted about 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart. Kentucky Wonders require something to grow on. Be sure to provide a trellis, poles or a fence for them to climb!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1 inch
    • Packet Weight: 8.5g
    • Seeds/Oz: 100
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 70F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1850 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

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    An easy productive bean choice for your garden! Wonderful space savers for a smaller garden or for growing in containers. Use this tasty bean for canning, freezing and eating fresh to enjoy the multiple health benefits of beans during the growing season and beyond!

    Seeds should be planted about 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart after danger of frost. Can be planted in rows or sections 3 feet apart. No need for trellis as Bush beans grow low to the ground in a compact bush. Very prolific producer.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 1 & 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1 inch
    • Packet Weight: 8.5g
    • Seeds/Oz: 100
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1965 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

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    Sweet and beautiful! Pink and white stripes compliment any dish!

    Plant seeds in deep, moist rich soil. Cover lightly with soil and water evenly. Thin when seedlings are 3-4 inches tall. Plant from spring to fall for a continuous harvest. The thinned greens can be eaten!  Prepare the greens as you would spinach.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 1" apart
    • Depth: 1/2 inch
    • Packet Weight: 2.4g
    • Plant Scientific Name: Beta vulgaris

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    Wholesome and beneficial! Bring the heart benefits and superb taste of beets to you garden!

    Plant seeds in deep, moist rich soil. Cover lightly with soil and water evenly. Thin when seedlings are 3-4 inches tall. Plant from spring to fall for a continuous harvest. The thinned greens can be eaten!  Treat the greens as you would spinach.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1/2 inch
    • Packet Weight: 2.4g
    • Seeds/Oz: 1500
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 60F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1982 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Beta vulgaris

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    Enjoy this cold hardy plant from spring to fall! Prolific and healthy, a must-have!

    Seeds can be planted 1/2 inch deep in spring and again in midsummer for a second fall harvest. Thin seedlings to 16" apart. After you harvest the main head, leave the stem and enjoy smaller heads that continue to form on side shoots!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 16" apart
    • Depth: 1/2 inch
    • Packet Weight: 600mg
    • Seeds/Oz: 9000
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-65F
    • Sowing Method: Transplant
    • Heirloom Year: 1880 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. italica

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    Cold hardy! A prolific producer that has been a garden standard for over a 100 years!

    Seeds can be planted in garden in spring 1/4 inch deep in prepared soil or started inside in April. Thin plants 20" apart. Water regularly. Roots are shallow and should be mulched to protect from weeds and potential damage. Sweeter after a few frosts!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 24" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • Packet Weight: 900mg
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera

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    Compact and early! The perfect size for both small and large gardens.

    Start seeds inside about a month before last frost date. Plant seedlings in sunny location about 12-18 inches apart. If available, add humus to garden soil. Keep the shallow roots mulched to protect them from damage and weeds. Water during dry periods.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 18" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • Packet Weight: 900mg
    • Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. capitata

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    Excellent for storing and processing! Late season variety that produces a 12" across and up to a 6 pound head - can't beat that!

    Start seeds inside about a month before last frost date. Plant seedlings in sunny location about 12-18 inches apart. If available, add humus to garden soil. Keep the shallow roots mulched to protect them from damage and weeds. Water during dry periods.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 & 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 12" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • Packet Weight: 900mg
    • Seeds/Oz: 6500
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 45-75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1860 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. capitata

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    Behold the glorious red cabbage! Perk up your meal with nutrients and color!

    Start seeds inside about a month before last frost date. Plant seedlings in sunny location about 12-18 inches apart. If available, add humus to garden soil. Keep the shallow roots mulched to protect them from damage and weeds. Water during dry periods.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 12" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • Packet Weight: 900mg
    • Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. capitata

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