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Feb 22

#BeeFree In Bloom Seed Sign Up

#BeeFree In Bloom Seed Sign Up
Attention! Due to overwhelming interest in our In Bloom seed packets, we are temporarily pausing our seed sign up to new subscribers. Thank you to everyone who showed interest in helping create new habitats for our bee friends. If you signed up, please expect 8-12 weeks for delivery for your seed packet. For more updates, be sure to check out Sakroots on Instagram, by following @sakroots.
To make a donation to our charity partner, The Bee Cause Project, visit our site. Sakroots will match EVERY donation.
Ready, set, grow! In honor of our new In Bloom artist print and partnership with The Bee Cause Project, we're on a mission to "Bee Free!" Join our cause to protect the honey bees by planting your own seed mix, creating new habitats for our pollinator friends to thrive. Each seed mix contains 19 different annual and perennial wildflower varieties that bees love. Sign up below. WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!

Sign Up For Your Free In Bloom Seed Packet - While Supplies Last

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Planting Instructions

Find a small spot (up to 5 sq. ft) with sun exposure, or indoors in pots. Remove existing grass and other growth and spread the seeds evenly. Do not bury; simply compress into the surface of the bare soil. Keep soil moist until seedlings are 4-6" high. Enjoy!

When to Plant

In spring, wait until frosts are past. You can also plant in summer but you'll have to water more frequently. In fall, plant after killing frost and your seeds will winter over just fine and then sprout for you in early spring. Blooms should begin approximately 2 months after sprouting.

Snap Your Sprouts

We can't wait to see your flowers! Share pics of your In Bloom sprouts or flowers on social media using #BEEFREE. We'll be sure to share some of our favorites. Thanks for helping make our world bee friendly!