What Does “Heirloom” Mean?Heirloom plant species are vegetables, flowers, and fruits grown from seeds that are passed down from generation to generation. Heirloom seeds are open-pollinated, meaning they rely on natural pollination from insects or the wind.
Prepare soil with a green manure, and incorporate fresh manure and compost into the mix to improve its water-holding ability. Allow the soil to settle down for a couple of weeks before planting.
When to Plant
COOL Zone : February - April
TEMPERATE Zone : March - April
SUBTROPICAL Zone : March - April
TROPICAL Zone : March - April
Full sun, in a well-drained soil. Avoid planting where brassica crops have been grown in the last couple of seasons.
How to Plant
You can sow these directly, or preferable to sow in punnets and then transplant. Allow for around 30-40 cm between seedlings.
Spacing 60–80 cm
Depth 0.5 - 1cm
Onion, Dill, Chamomile
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