Product Number: 973
I was very disappointed. The seeds were the tiniest I’ve ever seen None the less, about three weeks ago I planted them, marked them well, and watered them zealously, but, alas, there is nothing coming up. Where did I go wrong?
still watching it come up I have grown sweet annie in KY and hate the smell, but love it in floral arrangements
Do not think the seeds sprouted. The website should include pics of sprouts.
Terrible---a complete loss! I have had zero germination. I am a very experienced greenhouse grower & have been in business for over 41 years. I have successfully germinated this type of seed in past years. I have never had zero germination of it before. I would certainly appreciate a full refund of the seed and shipping & handling! Thanks! Rita Arnold
I've grown Sweet Annie, and absolutely love it's fragrant leaves for greenery in bouquets. I must warn that although it looks pretty and dainty, it RESEEDS WITH WILD ABANDON. This is a plant that keeps on giving. It's best planted in a location where it can do that, rather than in a formal border where one will be cursing the Sweet Annie volunteers for years. I am planning to plant it with other unruly herbs on a slope that would otherwise be overgrown with weeds.