ORGANICALLY GROWN Wild Bergamot Seeds Heirloom NON-GMO Perennial Fragrant, Delicious and Flavorful
Keep moist, not letting the seeds dry out between watering. DO NOT cover the seeds with soil! **SOIL Temperature for Germination: 70F.
The pretty plant - though not choosy as to where it grows - does prefer "wet feet" and partial shade. Water when the soil surface is dry to the touch.
Pinch off the tops of the plants several times during the growing season to encourage branching and a bushier grow habit. When the roots fill the container (about 2 months) they are ready for planting in the garden.
Plant the Wild Bergamot seedlings in a sunny, weed-free, well-drained soil, 20 - 30 inches a part. Water, if there are no rains. Wild Bergamot seeds can also be broadcast on a weed-free surface from January to mid-May in sunny locations. Irrigate regularly to keep herb seeds moist until germination, and continue to water seedlings during pro-longed dry periods.