16/06/2017

HOW TO PLANT YOUR SEEDS

If you know us, then you know that we're all about that brewtime, that means we'll always give you something to do to whilst you brew, you lucky things. In March, we sent out an entire wildflower meadow with each order. {In seeded form, of course}.

THINGS TO DO WHILST YOU BREW: PRACTICE BOTANY. 

Raking the seeds

We've been waiting for some awesome weather to show you what to do with them, but days like that are few and far between in Manchester, so we cut our losses and headed out with our seeds on a gloomy day. 

First, get your leaves in a pot and get brewing. Easy. Next, grab your packet of seeds, head into the great wide open and find yourself a fertile looking patch of soil. Your seeds look tiny now, but beware of the bloom. Make sure your patch of soil is a generous size. 

The planting is easy. You'll need two more things: a rake and a watering can. Sow your seeds then lightly rake them into the soil to spread 'em out. Give them a light watering, pat down the soil and water again. Done. 

You'll be a fully fledged landscape gardener in a matter of minutes. Unless you encounter any gardening related complications {worms, territorial birds or jungle-like weeds} your seeds will be sown, watered and ready to roll before your tea's brewed. 

SOWN 'EM? SEND US A SNAP!

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