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Weld, Dyer's rocket Seeds (Reseda luteola)

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Weld (also known as Dyer's rocket) is one of the oldest dyes used by humans. Used in Europe since the Roman times. These seeds come from plants I've grown. I use no chemical insecticides or herbicides. I only offer seeds during the spring and early summer. I only offer fresh seeds. I do test all my seeds.

It produces a clear light fast yellow.

Biennial. You can start seeds indoors early or direct sow after the last frost. Full sun, well drained soil. Weld is easy grow. First year will produce low rosette of leaves, second year will produce a flower stalk 2-4 ft. tall. Weld can be Prolific! So make sure you harvest when flower stalk forms, before it sets seed. If you want you harvest seeds... Please be careful!.... I usually harvest the leaves the first year except for one plant, I'll let go for seeds. The best way to control it is to pull unwanted seedlings in the spring. You can dry them and use them for dyeing.

Older seeds may be viable. Germination rates may be lower. This is for information only. You will only receive fresh seeds.

Weld can be used fresh or dried. Harvest leaves at the base of the rosettes the first year or cut down flower stalk the second. I've achieved beautiful, Yellows and greens with weld. I also use it for Eco printing.

A smidgen (1/32 tsp) of seeds per pack. That's over 200 seeds! (They are very small!)

Plant seeds this season, 2018. 85% germination rate.

!!! I can not guarantee germination rates. Your rates may vary!!!

Shipping to U.S. and Canada only.
Weld (also known as Dyer's rocket) is one of the oldest dyes used by humans. Used in Europe since the Roman times. These seeds come from plants I've grown. I use no chemical insecticides or herbicides. I only offer seeds during the spring and early summer. I only offer fresh seeds. I do test all my seeds.

It produces a clear light fast yellow.

Biennial. You can start seeds indoors early or direct sow after the last frost. Full sun, well drained soil. Weld is easy grow. First year will produce low rosette of leaves, second year will produce a flower stalk 2-4 ft. tall. Weld can be Prolific! So make sure you harvest when flower stalk forms, before it sets seed. If you want you harvest seeds... Please be careful!.... I usually harvest the leaves the first year except for one plant, I'll let go for seeds. The best way to control it is to pull unwanted seedlings in the spring. You can dry them and use them for dyeing.

Older seeds may be viable. Germination rates may be lower. This is for information only. You will only receive fresh seeds.

Weld can be used fresh or dried. Harvest leaves at the base of the rosettes the first year or cut down flower stalk the second. I've achieved beautiful, Yellows and greens with weld. I also use it for Eco printing.

A smidgen (1/32 tsp) of seeds per pack. That's over 200 seeds! (They are very small!)

Plant seeds this season, 2018. 85% germination rate.

!!! I can not guarantee germination rates. Your rates may vary!!!

Shipping to U.S. and Canada only.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(231)
Reviewed by Janis Williams
5 out of 5 stars
May 22, 2018
Generous amount of seed, and they’re in the ground, and I’m waiting= )
Weld, Dyer's rocket Seeds (Reseda luteola)

Reviewed by Janis Williams
5 out of 5 stars
May 22, 2018
Generous amount of seed, and they’re in the ground, and I’m waiting= )
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5 out of 5 stars
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Weld, Dyer's rocket Seeds (Reseda luteola)

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Craft type: Gardening
  • Materials: weld, seeds
  • Feedback: 231 reviews
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