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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!

    Our exclusive Pollination Celebration pollinator mix grows a gorgeous garden party that is as pretty as it is nurturing for the bees, birds, butterflies and other vital pollinators.

    A beautiful way to plant an eco-friendly garden. Plus, our exquisite packets are a beautiful favor or giveaway for all your special events!

    This packet will cover approximately 10 square feet of space.

    Pollinator Mix 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
    • Sun Requirement: Full Sun
    • Depth: 0.25"
    • Bloom Season: early summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bee Feed, Butterfly Feed, Pollinator Garden
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Packet Weight: 400 mg
    • Seeds Per Packet: 210-220

    Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

    Varieties Included:  Painted Daisy, Rocket 'Imperial Mix' Larkspur, Single Mix China Aster, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Sulphur 'Bright Lights Mix' Cosmos, Purple Coneflower, Blanketflower, 'Alaska' Shasta Daisy, Sweet William Pinks, Bishop's Flower, Clarkia, Gloriosa Daisy, Mexican Hat, Plains Coreopsis.

    Scientific Names: Chrysanthemum carinatum, Mixed Delphinium consolida, Callistephus chinensis, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos bipinnatus, Coreopsis lanceolata, Cosmos sulphureus 'Bright Lights Mix', Echinacea purpurea, Gaillardia aristata, Chrysanthemum maximum 'Alaska', Dianthus barbatus, Ammi majus, Clarkia unguiculata, Rudbeckia hirta gloriosa Ratibida columnifera (Mexican Hat), Coreopsis tinctoria

    Here at Bentley Seed, we only fill our seed packets with the freshest crop NON-GMO seed in our 3rd generation family-owned small business in upstate NY! Our packets are hand-picked for you!

    Use the space provided on the back of the packet to write your own personalized message, or even place a label sticker with your preprinted logo and contact info on it!

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    Help save our native honey and wild bees with our nurturing pollinator flower mix.

    Learn how to grow flowers that attract and support these vital pollinators. This lovely and colorful floral mix, featuring growing flowers, is made of proven honeybee favorites and provides nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies, birds and other essential pollinators. Our exquisite yellow packets with an illustration of wildflowers also make a delight a favor for all your special events!

    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
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Packet Weight: 400 mg
    • 140-150 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Bloom Season: summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: cut flowers
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Seeds per pack: 40-70 

    Varieties Included:  Tall Mixed Centaurea, Pacific Beauty Calendula, Annual Baby's Breath, Perennial Lupine, Dwarf Sunspot Sunflower, Sensation Mix Cosmos, California Giants Mix Zinnia, Sulphur Bright Lights Mix Cosmos, Blue Flax, Clarkia, Rocket Imperial Mix Larkspur, African Daisy, Mixed Annual Phlox, Tall Spurred Northern Lights Snapdragon, Plains Coreopsis, and Black-Eyed Susan. 

    Scientific NamesCentaurea cyanus, Tall Mixed Calendula officinalis 'Pacific Beauty' Gypsophila elegans Lupinus perennis Helianthus annuus 'Sunspot' Cosmos bipinnatus 'Sensation Mix' Zinnia elegans 'California Giants Mix' Cosmos sulphureus 'Bright Lights Mix' Linum perenne Clarkia unguiculata Delphinium consolida, Mixed Dimorphotheca sinuata Phlox drummondii, Mixed Linaria maroccana 'Northern Lights' Coreopsis tinctoria Rudbeckia hirta

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    Grow Good Things™

    with our Pollinator Mix packet has a whimsical watercolor-style floral and butterfly art. This sweet, illustrated, kraft-look packet would be a thoughtful favor for the eco-conscious host!

    Use the space provided on the back of the packet to write your own personalized message.

    This wildflower mix provides nectar and pollen to honey bees, wild bees, hummingbirds, butterflies, and other pollinators.

    This packet will cover approximately 10 square feet of space.

    Pollinator Mix 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
    • Sun Requirement: Full Sun
    • Depth: 0.25"
    • Bloom Season: early summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bee Feed, Butterfly Feed, Pollinator Garden, Wildflower garden, border garden
    • Low Maintenance: yes
    • Packet Weight: 400 mg
    • Seeds Per Packet: 210-220

    Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

    Varieties Included:  Painted Daisy, Rocket 'Imperial Mix' Larkspur, Single Mix China Aster, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Sulphur 'Bright Lights Mix' Cosmos, Purple Coneflower, Blanketflower, 'Alaska' Shasta Daisy, Sweet William Pinks, Bishop's Flower, Clarkia, Gloriosa Daisy, Mexican Hat, Plains Coreopsis.

    Scientific NamesChrysanthemum carinatum, Mixed Delphinium consolida, Callistephus chinensis, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos bipinnatus, Coreopsis lanceolata, Cosmos sulphureus 'Bright Lights Mix', Echinacea purpurea, Gaillardia aristata, Chrysanthemum maximum 'Alaska', Dianthus barbatus, Ammi majus, Clarkia unguiculata, Rudbeckia hirta gloriosa Ratibida columnifera (Mexican Hat), Coreopsis tinctoria

    Here at Bentley Seed, we only fill our seed packets with the freshest crop NON-GMO seed in our 3rd generation family-owned small business in upstate NY! Our packets are hand-picked for you!

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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 the 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! Use the space provided on the back of the packet to write your own personalized message, or even place a label sticker with your preprinted logo and contact info on it!

    Milkweed Mix Contents:

    Asclepias incarnata (Swamp), Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly), Asclepias speciosa (Showy). These are NOT tropical.

    Plant these seeds to help keep essential butterfly habitats from disappearing

    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. The seed in this packet has been pre-soaked and are ready to be planted right away. Keep soil damp until seedlings emerge and then water as necessary. Seedlings should emerge in 10 days to 3 weeks. Full sun is best.

    Direct sow planting: Cold stratify for 30 days. Sow in late fall or spring.

    Indoor Sowing: Cold stratify for 30 days. Start 7-9 weeks before last frost. Transplant into 4” pots after 3-5 weeks. Harden off and transplant to well-drained soil.

    Learn more about the importance of growing milkweed here.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: perennial
    • 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
    • 25-30 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Uses: Beds, Container
    • Sowing Method: Early indoors or Direct Sow
    • Seed Count: Approximately 35 seeds per packet

    Asclepias plants and sap may cause skin irritation in humans and animals. Do not ingest seed or plants.

    Not Recommended for Southern California

    Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

    Here at Bentley Seed, we only fill our seed packets with the freshest crop NON-GMO seed in our 3rd generation family-owned small business in upstate NY! Our packets are hand-picked for you!

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    Purple coneflower is a wonderfully rich source of nourishing nectar for any butterfly garden! Hand out these helpful seed packets!

    Particularly appealing to our native Monarchs, this pretty and hardy flower grows tall and offers bright color to gardens and landscapes. When the blooms are past, leave some of the dead flowers for birds to snack on the seeds! Share the love and use these pretty packets as a favor for all your special events!

    ECHINACEA SEED INFORMATION:

    • Lifecycle: perennial
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 18" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • 75-85 Echinacea Seeds Per Packet 
    • Bloom Season: summer to fall
    • Height: 24" - 36"
    • Uses: cottage garden, Bee attractant, Butterfly attractant, hummingbird, pollinator, cut flower
    • Low Maintenance : yes
    • Purple Coneflower Seeds/Oz: 7500
    • Sowing Method: Transplant
    • Plant Scientific Name: Echinacea

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    A thoughtful way to support the honey and wild bees with a pretty garden filled with their favorite flowers. This sweet seed packet is a perfect delight to grow or to give, sharing an important message to remember to always “Bee Kind”!

    Keep the message moving forward by using these as a thank you or favor at all your special events.

    Use the space provided on the back of the packet to write your own personalized message.

    This wildflower mix provides nectar and pollen to honey bees, wild bees, hummingbirds, butterflies, and other pollinators.

    This packet will cover approximately 10 square feet of space.

    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
    • Sun Requirement: Full Sun
    • Depth: 0.25"
    • Bloom Season: early summer to fall
    • Height: varies
    • Uses: Bee Feed, Butterfly Feed, Pollinator Garden, Wildflower garden, border garden
    • Low Maintenance: yes
    • Packet Weight: 400 mg
    • Seeds Per Packet: 210-220

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

      Varieties Included:  Painted Daisy, Rocket 'Imperial Mix' Larkspur, Single Mix China Aster, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Sulphur 'Bright Lights Mix' Cosmos, Purple Coneflower, Blanketflower, 'Alaska' Shasta Daisy, Sweet William Pinks, Bishop's Flower, Clarkia, Gloriosa Daisy, Mexican Hat, Plains Coreopsis.

      Scientific Names: Chrysanthemum carinatum, Mixed Delphinium consolida, Callistephus chinensis, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos bipinnatus, Coreopsis lanceolata, Cosmos sulphureus 'Bright Lights Mix', Echinacea purpurea, Gaillardia aristata, Chrysanthemum maximum 'Alaska', Dianthus barbatus, Ammi majus, Clarkia unguiculata, Rudbeckia hirta gloriosa Ratibida columnifera (Mexican Hat), Coreopsis tinctoria

      Here at Bentley Seed, we only fill our seed packets with the freshest crop NON-GMO seed in our 3rd generation family-owned small business in upstate NY! Our packets are hand-picked for you!

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      A dramatic dark design with a bright butterfly and flowers. Help the butterflies is a great message to share!

      A kaleidoscope of butterflies will flock to your flower garden when you plant this exquisite mix of pollinator-supporting seeds. Our exclusive seed combination has been specially created to supply fundamental nectar and pollen and provide shade, shelter and habitat for butterflies, bees and other essential pollinators. Share the love and use these pretty packets as a favor for all your special events!

      Pollinator Mix 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
      • Sun Requirement: Full Sun
      • Depth: 0.25"
      • Bloom Season: early summer to fall
      • Height: varies
      • Uses: Bee Feed, Butterfly Feed, Pollinator Garden
      • Low Maintenance : yes
      • Packet Weight: 400 mg
      • Seeds Per Packet: 210-220

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

      Varieties Included:  Painted Daisy, Rocket 'Imperial Mix' Larkspur, Single Mix China Aster, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Sulphur 'Bright Lights Mix' Cosmos, Purple Coneflower, Blanketflower, 'Alaska' Shasta Daisy, Sweet William Pinks, Bishop's Flower, Clarkia, Gloriosa Daisy, Mexican Hat, Plains Coreopsis.

      Scientific Names: Chrysanthemum carinatum, Mixed Delphinium consolida, Callistephus chinensis, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos bipinnatus, Coreopsis lanceolata, Cosmos sulphureus 'Bright Lights Mix', Echinacea purpurea, Gaillardia aristata, Chrysanthemum maximum 'Alaska', Dianthus barbatus, Ammi majus, Clarkia unguiculata, Rudbeckia hirta gloriosa Ratibida columnifera (Mexican Hat), Coreopsis tinctoria

      Here at Bentley Seed, we only fill our seed packets with the freshest crop NON-GMO seed in our 3rd generation family-owned small business in upstate NY! Our packets are hand-picked for you!

      Use the space provided on the back of the packet to write your own personalized message, or even place a label sticker with your preprinted logo and contact info on it!

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      Create a beautiful space for our friends the pollinators! This lovely seed mix has been specially created to nurture and support the bees, butterflies, birds and other pollinators essential to our ecosystem.

      Our beautiful packet art makes it a gorgeous addition to your cutting garden and a delightful favor for special events.

      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
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Packet Weight: 400 mg
      • 140-150 Seeds Per Packet 
      • Bloom Season: summer to fall
      • Height: varies
      • Uses: cut flowers
      • Low Maintenance : yes
      • Seeds per pack: 40-70 

      Varieties Included:  Tall Mixed Centaurea, Pacific Beauty Calendula, Annual Baby's Breath, Perennial Lupine, Dwarf Sunspot Sunflower, Sensation Mix Cosmos, California Giants Mix Zinnia, Sulphur Bright Lights Mix Cosmos, Blue Flax, Clarkia, Rocket Imperial Mix Larkspur, African Daisy, Mixed Annual Phlox, Tall Spurred Northern Lights Snapdragon, Plains Coreopsis, and Black-Eyed Susan. 

      Scientific NamesCentaurea cyanus, Tall Mixed Calendula officinalis 'Pacific Beauty' Gypsophila elegans Lupinus perennis Helianthus annuus 'Sunspot' Cosmos bipinnatus 'Sensation Mix' Zinnia elegans 'California Giants Mix' Cosmos sulphureus 'Bright Lights Mix' Linum perenne Clarkia unguiculata Delphinium consolida, Mixed Dimorphotheca sinuata Phlox drummondii, Mixed Linaria maroccana 'Northern Lights' Coreopsis tinctoria Rudbeckia hirta

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      All the pollinators’ favorite flowers in one beautiful packet! Essential blooms for providing bees, butterflies and birds with nourishing nectar and pollen and critical shade, shelter and habitat (and brighten your home with bouquets of beauty all season long).

      Our exquisite packets are also a delight to give as a favor for all your special events!

      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
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Packet Weight: 400 mg
      • 140-150 Seeds Per Packet 
      • Bloom Season: summer to fall
      • Height: varies
      • Uses: cut flowers
      • Low Maintenance : yes
      • Seeds Per Packet: 210-220

      Varieties Included:  Painted Daisy, Rocket 'Imperial Mix' Larkspur, Single Mix China Aster, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Sulphur 'Bright Lights Mix' Cosmos, Purple Coneflower, Blanketflower, 'Alaska' Shasta Daisy, Sweet William Pinks, Bishop's Flower, Clarkia, Gloriosa Daisy, Mexican Hat, Plains Coreopsis.

      Scientific Names: Chrysanthemum carinatum, Mixed Delphinium consolida, Callistephus chinensis, Dwarf Mixed Cosmos bipinnatus, Coreopsis lanceolata, Cosmos sulphureus 'Bright Lights Mix', Echinacea purpurea, Gaillardia aristata, Chrysanthemum maximum 'Alaska', Dianthus barbatus, Ammi majus, Clarkia unguiculata, Rudbeckia hirta gloriosa Ratibida columnifera (Mexican Hat), Coreopsis tinctoria

      Here at Bentley Seed, we only fill our seed packets with the freshest crop NON-GMO seed in our 3rd generation family-owned small business in upstate NY! Our packets are hand-picked for you!

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      A staple of Mediterranean cuisine. Bentley Seed Green Globe Artichoke Grows best with a long, mild growing season, but can grow as an annual in cooler regions.

      Colorful flower buds appear year round in warm climates. Cut back to the ground after it has flowered to encourage regrowth.

      Group 3 seeds every 6 inches. Start seeds indoors 12 weeks before your average last spring frost date. After 4 weeks transplant outside. Protect seedlings from frost. Harvest buds while they are closed. After initial harvest, side shoots will produce delicious smaller bonus buds. Harvest: 5 months

      SEED INFORMATION:

      • Lifecycle: perennial in warm weather, annual is cool climates (vegetable)
      • Sowing Method: transplant
      • Time to Maturity/Harvest: 5 months
      • Sun Requirement: sun Ideal
      • Germination: 70-79°F
      • Spacing: 3"
      • Depth: 1/2"
      • Height: 5'
      • Seeds/Oz: 630
      • Seeds Per Packet: 50
      • Uses: eating, great for dips, rich in iodine, calcium, iron, protein and vitamins A, B1, and C
      • Heirloom Year: 1863 Heirloom
      • Plant Scientific Name: Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

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      Spice up your salad mix with arugula! The white flowers are also edible with a spicy, nutty flavor.

      Start planting arugula seeds in a prepared container or garden bed in early spring. Can be harvested as soon as 20 days for baby greens. Flowers are edible. You can also purchase arugula seeds in bulk from us. Also known as rucola.

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

      ARUGULA SEEDS INFORMATION:

      • Lifecycle: annual
      • Time to Maturity: about 1 month
      • Sun Requirement: sun/part shade
      • Spacing: 8" apart
      • Depth: 1/8 inch
      • 320-325 Arugula Seeds Per Packet
      • Bloom Season: n/a
      • Height: Leafy plants grow 6 to 12 inches while in the harvest stage.
      • Uses: edible, container, salad mix
      • Low Maintenance : yes
      • Plant Scientific Name: Eruca vesicaria ssp. sativa

       Learn more about growing cold weather crops from Gary at the Rusted Garden.

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      A perennial vegetable, plant Mary Washington Asparagus once and enjoy these delicious spears season after season.

      Initial cuttings will be ready in two years, and then annually after. Asparagus is worth waiting for. Healthy and succulent, grill or freeze to save your harvest!

      Start indoors 8-12 weeks and keep moist. Seedlings emerge in 10-14 days. Alternately, direct sow in the spring when soil is 60° or warmer. Harden off and move outside to a bed that will not be disturbed when seedlings are 6-10 inches tall. Do not harvest the first year. Wait until late fall to cut tops for the following years regrowth. Harvest in 24 months.

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

      SEED INFORMATION:

      • Lifecycle: perennial (vegetable)
      • Sowing Method: transplant or direct sow
      • Time to Maturity/Harvest: 24 months
      • Sun Requirement: Full Sun is Ideal
      • Germination: 60°F or warmer
      • Spacing: 2"
      • Depth: 1/2"
      • Height: 9"
      • Seeds/Oz: 360
      • Seeds Per Packet: 50
      • Uses: eating and freezing, full of nutrients including fiber, folate and vitamins A, C and K
      • Heirloom Year: 1900 Heirloom
      • Plant Scientific Name: Asparagus officinalis

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      Henderson Lima Beans are a classic variety that has been found in gardens for generations!

      These Bentley Seed heirloom lima bean seeds grow into a productive, bushy plant that does well in both garden beds and containers.

      Heirloom lima bean 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 Henderson Lima Beans grow low to the ground in a compact bush.

      Seed Information:

      • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
      • Sowing Method: direct
      • Time to Maturity/Harvest: about 2 months
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Ideal Germination: 75°F
      • Spacing: 3"
      • Depth: 1 1/2"
      • Height: 18-24"
      • Seeds/Oz: 100
      • Seeds Per Packet: 10-15
      • Uses: salads, casseroles, soups, canning— low-fat source of healthy complex carbs, fiber, and protein, rich in potassium, iron, magnesium, and vitamin C, they also provide zinc, calcium, vitamin K, and vitamin A
      • Heirloom Year: 1888 Heirloom
      • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus lunatus

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

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      Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean seeds have been producing hearty, flavorful beans for generations. Bentley Seeds Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans 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 Wonder Heirloom Pole Beans 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
      • 20-25 Seeds Per Packet
      • Seeds/Oz: 100
      • Ideal Germination Temperature: 70F
      • Sowing Method: Direct
      • Heirloom Year: 1850 Heirloom
      • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

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      An easy, productive green bean seed choice for your garden! Wonderful space savers for a smaller garden or for growing in containers.

      Use tasty Bentley Seeds Provider Bush Beans for canning, freezing and eating fresh to enjoy the multiple health benefits of beans during the growing season and beyond!

      Provider Bush Bean 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 Provider Bush Beans grow low to the ground in a compact bush. Very prolific producer. We also carry bulk green bean seeds.

      Seed Information:

      • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
      • Time to Maturity: about 1 & 1/2 months
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Spacing: 2" apart
      • Depth: 1 inch
      • 20-30 Seeds Per Packet
      • Seeds/Oz: 100
      • Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F
      • Sowing Method: Direct
      • Heirloom Year: 1965 Heirloom
      • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

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      These heirloom beet seeds yield sweet and beautiful produce! Pink and white stripes compliment any dish!

      Plant Chioggia Beet seeds in deep, moist rich soil. Cover lightly with soil and water evenly. Thin when seedlings are 3-4 inches tall. Plant your Bentley Seed Chioggia Beet seeds 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)
      • Sowing Method: direct sow
      • Time to Maturity/Harvest: about 2 months
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Ideal Germination: 70°F
      • Spacing: 1"
      • Depth: 1/2"
      • Height: 2-4"
      • Seeds/Oz: 1,150
      • Seeds Per Packet: 220-225
      • Uses: eating raw and cooking with, excellent source of manganese, folate, vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, and fiber
      • Heirloom Year: 1840 Heirloom
      • Plant Scientific Name: Beta vulgaris

       Learn more about growing cold weather crops from Gary at the Rusted Garden.

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

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      Wholesome and beneficial! Bring the heart benefits and superb taste of Detroit Red Beets to your garden!

      Plant Bentley Seed Detroit Dark Red Beet 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.

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

      Seed Information:

      • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
      • Time to Maturity: about 3 1/2 months
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Spacing: 2" apart
      • Depth: 1/2 inch
      • 175-185 Seeds Per Packet 
      • Seeds/Oz: 1500
      • Ideal Germination Temperature: 60F
      • Sowing Method: Direct
      • Heirloom Year: 1982 Heirloom
      • Plant Scientific Name: Beta vulgaris

       Learn more about growing cold weather crops from Gary at the Rusted Garden.

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      Enjoy this cold hardy plant from spring to fall! Prolific and healthy, Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli is a must-have!

      Bentley Seed Calabrese Broccoli 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!

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

      Seed Information:

      • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
      • Time to Maturity: about 2 1/2 months
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Spacing: 16" apart
      • Depth: 1/2 inch
      • 145-150 Calabrese Broccoli Seeds Per Packet 
      • Seeds/Oz: 9000
      • Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-65F
      • Sowing Method: Transplant
      • Heirloom Year: 1880 Heirloom Broccoli
      • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. italica

       Learn more about growing cold weather crops from Gary at the Rusted Garden.

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      Cold hardy! A prolific producer, our Long Island Improved Brussel Sprout seeds have been a garden standard for over a 100 years!

      Bentley Seed Long Island Brussel Sprout 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. The Long Island Improved Brussel Sprout is sweeter after a few frosts!

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

      Seed Information:

      • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
      • Time to Maturity: about 3 months
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Spacing: 24" apart
      • Depth: 1/4 inch
      • 260-265 Seeds Per Packet 
      • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera

       Learn more about growing cold weather crops from Gary at the Rusted Garden.

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      Compact and early! Bentley Seed Copenhagen early cabbage seeds produce compact heads that are perfect for small and large gardens.

      Start your Copenhagen cabbage 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.

      COPENHAGEN CABBAGE SEED INFORMATION:

      • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
      • Time to Maturity: about 2 1/2 months
      • Sun Requirement: sun
      • Spacing: 18" apart
      • Depth: 1/4 inch
      • 350-355 Seeds Per Packet 
      • Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. capitata

       Learn more about growing cold weather crops from Gary at the Rusted Garden.

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

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      Excellent for storing and processing! Bentley Seed late Flat Dutch Cabbage variety produces a 12" across and up to a 6 pound head - can't beat that!

      Start these Flat Dutch Cabbage 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
      • 280-290 Seeds Per Packet 
      • Seeds/Oz: 6500
      • Ideal Germination Temperature: 45-75F
      • Sowing Method: Direct
      • Heirloom Year: 1860 Heirloom

       Learn more about growing cold weather crops from Gary at the Rusted Garden.

      Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"

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