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  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
  • Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets - World Store 247
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Selfie Ring Light Super Portable Clip On Mini USB Led for Cell Phones Photo Night Light Laptops Tablets

Regular price $14.09 USD
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Uses: Live videos, Makeup, Video Recordings, Photography. Great for travelling. 

Three brightness adjustable dimmable ring light

No Batteries are needed. Equipped with a USB charging cable. 

Light, compact portable and easy to carry

Works with mobile phones, computers, tablets, all smart phones.

SPECIFICATIONS:

1.Light Color: White
2.Color temperature: 6000K
3.Power: 3W
4.Material: Plastic
5.Shell Color: White, Pink, Blue or Black
6.Voltage: DC 5V
7. Max. Clip 0.59 inch

Warranty: 2 years
Voltage: 12V
Power Source: DC
Model Number: W6113
Light Source: LED Bulbs
Are Bulbs Included: Yes
Are Batteries Included: Yes
Certification: ce
Certification: CCC
Body Material: ABS
Battery Type: AAA

PLEASE NOTE:

The product is packed in a box and may be squeezed during transportation. When you receive the package, the box may be wrinkled. Please double check whether the product is working properly. If the product is not, please contact us as soon as possible so we can address this issue. Thank you.

SHIPPING AND HANDLING TIMES

USDA Permit to Import Plants and Plant Products (Permit Number: 537-22-22-09558) Regulated by 7 CFR 319.37. Country of Origin: Germany
CDTFA: 200406720-00001

SEEDS (Blumensamen)
(Shipped from Germany via Deutschepost / DHL)

GERMANY - $2.00 (up to 500g). Registered mail is optional (add $3.00. Total $5.00)

  • For orders above 500g, please contact us for shipping prices.
  • Delivery is 2-5 business days AFTER the order has been processed (1-5 business days)
  • Bearbeitungszeit (1-5 Werktage). Versandzeit (2-5 Werktage)
  • Bulk / Wholesale orders take longer to process and deliver.

EU - $3.50 (up to 500g). Registered mail is optional (add $3.97. Total $7.47)

  • For orders above 500g, please contact us for shipping prices.
  • Delivery is 2-7 business days AFTER the order has been processed (1-5 business days)
  • Bulk / Wholesale orders take longer to process and deliver.

USA - $3.50 (up to 1 pound). Tracking is optional (add $3.97. Total $7.47)

  • See transit photo below. Delivery via Airmail can take anywhere from 6 to 11 business days (approximately) AFTER processing the order (1-5 business days). Item shipped on 1/28/22 (Fri). Arrived in Frankfurt on 2/1/22 (Mon). It was there for 4 business days. Finally arrived at ISC NY on 2/7/22 (Mon). Reached California 2/12/22 (Sat). This was a one packet item destined for California. Delays may occur due to customs (probably turtle pace inspections), COVID, the understaffed USPS and especially how large the package is.
  • Shipping over 1 lb. requires a Phytosanitary Certificate which is costly and takes time to process because each seed packet has to be inspected and has to be shipped within 14 days after being inspected, otherwise, the certificate is no longer valid.
  • Please contact us if you require more than 1 lb. or split the packages into 1 lb. packages.
  • I did contact the USDA customs office and they said they inspect packages on a first come, first serve basis and cannot give me a time frame as to how fast they can process the inspections.
  • If you really need the package fast, we can ship it via FedEx International Economy (the cheapest) which costs $149.66 for 1 lb. from Germany and arrives in 6 days.
  • Bulk / Wholesale orders take longer to process and deliver. 

    At this time we do not offer Phytosanitary Certificates. Pelleted or Coated seeds can be shipped at the buyer's risk when shipping to the USA or other countries (We recommend purchasing raw seeds when available instead of pelleted or coated seeds). Unless otherwise stated, all seeds come in their raw form. 

  • It is the buyers responsibility to know which seeds or plants are allowed in their country.

REST OF THE WORLD - $4.75 (up to 500g). Tracking is optional (add $8.72. Total $7.47).

  • Our USDA permit is only for the USA therefore it is the buyers responsibility to know which seeds or plants are allowed in their country. 
  • Bulk / Wholesale orders take longer to process and deliver. 

    At this time we do not offer Phytosanitary Certificates. Pelleted or Coated seeds can be shipped at the buyer's risk. We recommend purchasing raw seeds when available instead of pelleted or coated seeds. Unless otherwise stated, all seeds come in their raw form. 

  • It is the buyers responsibility to know which seeds or plants are allowed in their country.

Please email us with any problems before leaving feedback and please read the SEED GUIDE instructions on our website especially if you are new to gardening. It is more detailed and takes a few minutes to read or print. Please do not rely solely on the “Cliff Notes” version of the sowing instructions in the description (if any). Unfortunately, we only speak English so if you email me us in Deutsch, you will get a google translated response which will probably only confuse you.

SEED COUNT: If you see measurements like grams/ounces etc., it means the seed count is an APPROXIMATE. Scales are not completely accurate.

All seeds are shipped from Germany. Seeds marked DE-ÖKO-006, means it is Organic aka Non GMO and has passed through rigorous testing here. Some seeds will come in a “pelleted” form which means it is coated for better handling (usually seeds that are super tiny), “multi-pelleted” (several seeds in one pellet) or a “Pure Seed” form which means it has gone through a difficult cleaning process to improve the quality and germination of the seed.

To save the buyer money and due to USDA inspections, most seeds are packaged in a bubble mailer and ziploc. We do not include planting instructions but it is available on our website. It is quite long, detailed and heavy if included. PLEASE, PLEASE READ the planting instructions. If a plant has specific requirements such as temperature, light, etc., it will be included here in the description and can also be found on the internet. 

The time taken for perennial seeds to germinate varies from species to species. Some take a few weeks or months while others need up to 2 years. Not all seeds germinate at the same time and most species DO NOT have a 100% germination rate. Some species need to be chilled, scarified or soaked in water in order to germinate. This applies to several species of vines, trees, shrubs, tropicals and large seeds. 

Seeds of perennials can be fickle. Seeds that normally germinate quickly may not do so, and supposedly dormant seeds may germinate rapidly. It is wise to keep pots or trays of seeds for a year after the expected germination date.

Some seeds may come packaged in german (you will know based on the picture posted) but rest assured it will be labeled in English when you receive it.

FRAGRANCES / PERFUMES
(Shipped from the USA)   

USA - Flat rate shipping of $6.95 for all fragrances to the US. Tracking number is included in the price.

  • Delivery is 2-4 business days AFTER the order has been processed.

INTERNATIONAL: Shipping rates start at $18.00.

  • Delivery is 10-14 business days AFTER the order has been processed (1-5 business days). Delivery times may also depend on your country’s location.

US ONLY: These products can only be shipped to the USA

  • You should receive "US ONLY" products in about 2-4 days after being processed.

ALL OTHER PRODUCTS
(Shipped from around the world)

USA: Free shipping

EUROPE - $5.00 Flat rate. 

REST OF THE WORLD - $7.00 Flat rate. 

All orders are processed within 2-5 business days. The carrier we use depends on your location and the fastest available service.

We source products from all over the world. Due to a high demand on several products, the delivery time can take anywhere from 10 to 15 business days AFTER the order has been processed, however, you may receive your items much earlier. 

All orders are shipped with tracking numbers so you can track them every step of the way!

All seeds are shipped together. Plant products are shipped separately. Perfumes are shipped separately. All other products are shipped separately.

Packages may be faced with delays beyond our control such as customs, holidays, weekends or postal delays. 

Do not hesitate to contact us with any problems. Thank you :)

FLOWER SEED TRANSIT TIME
(From Germany to California)
Delivery times may vary

Shipping Time from Germany to California

NEED HELP: Contact Us

This information is for customers ONLY.
We do not respond to website development, app or advertisement companies or individuals. 

(We DO NOT offer local pickups on both addresses)

USA Address:
30 Galleon Way, Pittsburg CA 94565 USA

Deutschland (Germany) Address:
Renninger Straße 10, 71272 Renningen, Germany

TEXT:
+1 818 245 5651 (WhatsApp)
+49 0179 726 6161

EMAIL: 
info@worldstore247.com
(Please check your SPAM folder if you have emailed us and didn't receive a reply)

USDA Permit to Import Plants and Plant Products
Permit #537-22-22-09558. Country of Origin: Germany/Deutschland/DE

VAT #DE350440497

CTDFA #200406720-00001

SOWING GUIDE: Annuals & Biennial Flower Seeds

SOWING SEEDS
ANNUAL AND BIENNIAL FLOWER SEEDS


Annual and Biennial seeds may be sown under cover or outdoors, depending on their hardiness and local conditions. When buying seeds, you may choose F1 hybrids for their uniformity, but naturally or open-pollinated seeds are usually quite acceptable and less costly. With home collected seeds, bear in mind that only seeds of species come true to type. Hybrid seeds will differ in varying degrees from the parents. 

WHEN TO SOW ANNUALS AND BIENNIALS

In regions that experience frost, annuals may be started indoors in late winter, spring, or early summer in containers under cover, in temperatures of 55-70F (13-21C), according to the genus and planted out when all danger of frost is past. 

They may also be sown directly in open ground in spring where they are to flower, when the soil has warmed up to at least 45F (7C)

They may also be sown in containers in areas where the open garden soil is heavy and wet, which may cause the seeds to rot. 

BIENNIALS are sown under glass or outdoors in a nursery bed from late spring to midsummer, depending on how fast they grow. The seedlings are transplanted in nursery rows to grow on then planted in their flowering positions in summer or autumn. 

In warm, frost-free climates, large seeds of annuals and biennials may be sown directly in the open ground as soon as the soil is warm enough, where they are to flower or in nursery beds. 

FINE OR EXPENSIVE SEEDS are better sown in containers, where growing conditions are more easily controlled, as are seeds of less vigorous plants. Make successive sowings for outdoor plantings to achieve a longer flowering season. 

SOWING IN CONTAINERS

Pots, pans, seed trays and cell packs are suitable, depending on the amount or type of seeds to be sown. Too large a container wastes space and soil mix; one too small can lead to thick sowing, causing damping off and weak seedlings. 

Large seeds may be sown in rockwool cells to create plug plants. Degradable pots are useful for plants that dislike root disturbance. 

To prepare the container, fill it to its brim with seed soil mix. Tap the container to get rid of any air pockets. Firm a soil-based mix reasonably well with your fingertips, particularly in the corners, before leveling the surface to about ¼ inch (5mm) below the rim, using a flat wooden board or presser. Firm soilless mix only very lightly before leveling. Thoroughly moisten the soil mix by standing the container in water or watering it overhead using a watering can fitted with a fine hose. Add a suitable fungicide to the water to avoid damping off. Allow the container to drain. 

Sow seeds straight from the packet, a fold of paper, or your palm. Tap gently to release the seeds slowly, and sow thinly and evenly over the soil mix. Space-sow large or pelleted seeds one by one. Mix tiny seeds with equal parts of fine, dry sand to ensure even sowing. 

No covering is necessary for fine seeds sown with sand - just press the seeds into the soil mix surface with a presser or empty container of the same size. 

Cover other seeds with a layer of soil mix or fine-grade vermiculite to keep the seeds in contact with the moist mix. If the covering layer is dry, moisten it with a mist-sprayer. Stop the mix from drying out by covering the container with a plastic or placing it in a closed case. If necessary, shade the container from direct sun. 

GERMINATING THE SEEDS

The temperature and light needed for germination varies according to the genus. In cool climates, a heated closed case on the greenhouse bench is ideal, but a windowsill in a warm room suffices for a wide range of annuals. You can also use a heat mat specifically made for gardening and place it underneath the cell tray/seed tray with a plant light overhead. 

Check the container regularly and remove the lid or coverings as soon as germination occurs. Place the container in full light, but shade the seedlings from the strong sun. Keep the soil mix moist at all times to maintain steady growth until the seedlings are ready to transplant. 

VERMICULITE

Vermiculite allows air and light to reach the seeds, so it is useful for covering seeds that require light to germinate. It also reduces the risk of damping off. Sow seeds as usual in a pot or tray and cover with ¼ inch (5mm) of fine-grade vermiculite. 

Please be advised that this is a GENERAL guide to germinating Annual and Biennial seeds. There are multiple resources on the web that are available and specifically tailored to the genus of the plant.

From personal experience, we had the best success by using a plastic seed tray, dome lid, heating mat and plant lights to get the seeds started. This way we were able to control the temperature and light requirements of the plants. 

Sowing Flower Seeds of Annuals and Biennials

SOWING GUIDE: Perennial Flower Seeds

SOWING SEEDS
PERENNIAL FLOWER SEEDS

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Seeds provide a simple and economical way of raising large numbers of perennials, although it has limitations. Many cultivars do not come true from seeds, and even commonly grown species display some natural, albeit acceptable, variation in the seedlings. However, there is always a chance of producing a seedling that is superior to its parents. 

Some cultivars do, however, come reasonably true to type, including Delphiniums, Lupines, and Oriental Poppies (Papaver orientale). Seedlings with colored, marbled, or variegated leaves, such as Heuchera cultivars, vary in color, so poor forms need to be rogued out at an early stage. 

Seeds also offer the only way of raising monocarpic species, such as Meconopsis, that die after the first flowering. Perennials that are very slow to increase vegetatively, such as Hepatica and Pulsatilla, may be raised in large numbers commercially from seed. 

WHEN TO SOW PERENNIAL SEEDS

Euphorbia, Gentians, and several others are best stored in a cool place until autumn and sown then. Seeds of later-flowering perennials, if sown in autumn, will not germinate until early spring. In most cases, such as for most Chrysanthemums and Asters, these seeds may be stored over winter and sown in spring. 

TREATING DORMANT SEEDS

Some perennial seeds have built-in dormancy to delay germination in the wild until conditions occur that are beneficial for seedling development. There are several ways to break this dormancy before sowing to obtain a good rate of germination. Hard protective seed coats in perennials are most common in the Pea family (Fabaceae). The seed coats must be scarified so that moisture can enter. Gardeners are often advised to file seed coats, but anyone who has tried this with dozens of Lupine seeds knows it is painful and time consuming. A better way of scarifying a large amount of seeds is to rub a batch with fine-grade sandpaper. Place the seeds on top of the sandpaper and get another sandpaper to rub the seeds with. 

If the seeds are large or from plants grown in hot, dry conditions, pour boiling water over them and allow to stand in the cooled water for 24 hours. Sow soaked seeds immediately; otherwise, they will die. 

Many perennials, particularly those from mountainous or harsh climates, have seeds that do not germinate until after a cold period. The seeds must be chilled (stratified) before sowing in spring by placing them in a refrigerator, or sown in autumn in regions with cold winters. 

A few perennials, such as peonies, are doubly dormant and require a period of cold, then warmth, followed by a second spell of cold. If the seeds are not sown fresh, they take two years to germinate naturally. This can be overcome by subjecting the seeds to artificial temperature changes. 

To override chemical inhibitors in the seeds of some perennials, the seeds are sown as soon as they are fully formed before the inhibitor is activated, sown after storing when it has broken down, or soaked in water for 48 hours to leach out the chemical, as with rhizomatous irises. 

PREPARING CONTAINERS FOR SOWING

Perennial seeds are often sown in pots or half pots of 3 ½ inches (9cm) to 5 inches (13cm). Seeds that germinate quickly and easily, such as of Delphiniums or Lupines, or those of plants that dislike root disturbance, are best sown singly in cells or plug trays; use one with cells large enough for seedlings to reach a good size before potting. 

Soil-based seed soil mixes are best for most perennials unless the seedlings will be transplanted soon after germination. A good homemade seed soil mix can be made of two parts sterilized soil, two parts peat or leaf mold, and one part sharp sand. For autumn sowings, equal parts coarse sand and peat, bark fiber, or soil works equally well. 

To prepare a container for sowing, fill it generously with soil mix, tap to settle it, scrape off the excess, and firm with a presser or base of an empty pot.

SOWING SEEDS IN CONTAINERS

Take care not to sow too thickly, which could lead to spindly seedlings and damping off. Cover with screened soil mix or, for seeds that need light to germinate or germinate quickly, top dress with vermiculite. Large seeds may be space-sown, pushed into the soil mix with a presser and covered with ¼ inch (5mm) of soil mix. Seeds that must not dry out fare better when sown on moss. 

After sowing, water containers using a fine hose or by standing the container for 30 minutes in a tray of water; this avoids disturbing the soil mix surface and seeds. Cover the container or place it in a closed case to prevent moisture loss, and shade it from the sun if necessary. Remove the cover after germination. 

For most seed germination, an ideal temperature is 60F (15.5C). Keep seeds of very hardy plants at 50F (10C); they will germinate at lower temperatures, but it takes longer. Tender species need a minimum of 68F (20C)

If containers are sown in autumn for stratification by winter cold, cover the seeds with a shallow layer of fine gravel or coarse sand to discourage weeds and protect seeds from rain. Pack the containers into an open cold frame or sink in a plunge bed. The bed keeps the soil mix moist and protects clay pots and plant roots from cold damage. Cover the containers with fine mesh to protect the seeds from birds and rodents. 

Seeds of perennials can be fickle. Seeds that normally germinate quickly may not do so, and supposedly dormant seeds may germinate rapidly. It is wise to keep pots or trays of seeds for a year after the expected germination date. 

HANDLING THE SEEDLINGS

Seedlings need bright light and regular watering. If using rockwool plugs or another inert medium, feed the seedlings once they have two true leaves with a liquid fertilizer according to the manufacturer’s instructions. 

Transplant seedlings 30 or 40 to a tray or individually into plugs, cells or pots as soon as they are large enough to handle. If the seedlings germinated under cover at a frost free temperature, it is better to pot them when they are slightly larger. Always handle seedlings by the leaves. Use soil-based potting mixes or a mix of three parts sterilized soil, two parts peat or leaf mold, and one part sharp sand. 

Grow on the seedlings in a sheltered place until well established. Plant out fast growers into their final positions in the same year, but delay planting out slow developers until the next spring. These are better potted or grown on in a nursery bed for a year. 

SOWING SEEDS OUTDOORS

Easy perennials may be raised in a seedbed; the seeds are best spring sown in drills similar to annuals or biennials. If needed, thin the seedlings as they grow; when they are about 3 inches (8cm) tall, lift and plant them out. 

Seeds that germinate slowly may rot if the soil mix decomposes, so these are better sown directly into a seedbed in a cold frame. Sow them in rows, label, and top dress with fine gravel. Keep the bed moist and weed free; be aware that organisms working through the bed may displace the seeds. 

Seedlings may need potting or transplanting after only a few weeks; if left too long, they become crowded and drawn as they compete for light and air. 

Please be advised that this is a GENERAL guide to germinating Perennial seeds. There are multiple resources on the web that are available and specifically tailored to the genus of the plant.

From personal experience, we had the best success by using a plastic seed tray, dome lid, heating mat and plant lights to get the seeds started. This way we were able to control the temperature and light requirements of the plants.

Sowing Flower Seeds of Perennials | WorldStore247

SOWING GUIDE: Vines & Shrub Flower Seeds

SOWING SEEDS
VINE AND SHRUB FLOWER SEEDS

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Even seeds that do not need winter chilling may germinate more quickly and uniformly after a short period of cold stratification. Most seeds of climbing plants and shrubs are best sown in containers. 

There are many climbers and shrubs that can be grown from seeds. Remember that only species “come true” from seeds. A plant grown from seeds gathered from your favorite cultivar is unlikely to have exactly the same characteristics as its parent. There’s always a sense of excitement when germination takes place be it a Daphne requiring a winter’s chill or an Abutilon that only needs a warm, moist soil mix in spring. Some subshrubs that produce flower spikes may be treated as herbaceous perennials. 

SCARIFYING SEEDS OF VINES & SHRUBS ( 3 METHODS)

  1. Nick the hard coat of very large seeds such as Paeonia with a sharp knife. Take care not to damage the “eye” of the seed or to cut too deeply. 
  2. Place smaller, hard-coated seeds between two sheets of sandpaper in a seed tray and rub them to scratch and weaken the surfaces. 
  3. Use hot water to soften the seed coats of smaller seeds, place in a bowl and pour boiling water over them. Allow to soak for 24 hours, then sow right away.

Many shrubs and climbers, especially members of the pea and bean family, have hard seed coats that prevent germination until the coat is broken down to admit moisture to the seed within. Nature softens hard seed coats by subjecting the seeds to warm, moist conditions in spring, when bacterial activity is at its height. This can be mimicked by storing the seeds in moist soil mix and hanging them up in a shed during the summer. For roses, compost activators may be added to speed up the process. 

Some impermeable seeds have chemical germination inhibitors on the seed coats: remove these just before sowing by soaking the seeds in hot water, mild detergent or alcohol. Wash the seeds thoroughly afterwards. 

Some seeds need several treatments for multiple dormancies; scarify them first to allow other treatments to take effect. A safer option is to sow the seeds outdoors and let nature take its course. 

WARM STRATIFICATION BEFORE SOWING:

Some hard-coated seeds require a period of warm stratification. Place the seeds in a plastic bag in equal parts of sand and leaf mold, or equal parts of peat and sand. Store for 4-12 weeks at 68-77°F (20-25°C). This is usually followed by cold stratification. 


COLD STRATIFICATION OF SEEDS BEFORE SOWING:

Some seeds are prompted to germinate by temperature changes. Many woody plants native to temperate climates exhibit cold-temperature dormancy, where seeds require a winter’s chill before germinating in spring. This can be done by placing the seeds in moist vermiculite or peat in a clear plastic bag in the refrigerator at 41°F (5°C). Label and store for 1-3 months. Alternatively, you can also sow the seeds in autumn and overwinter in a sandbed or cold frame. Sow seeds thickly in pans/pots of gritty seed soil mix, then cover with a fine layer of mix and one of grit. 

SMOKE TREATMENT OF SEEDS:
In nature, some seeds only germinate after a bush fire. The flames scarify the seed coat, and chemicals in the smoke stimulate germination. To simulate this, sow a tray of seeds, cover with 2 ½-4 in. (6-10cm) of dry leaves, burn them, and water in the ash. Kits, smoke paper, and smoke water containing chemicals found in smoke may also be available. 

SOWING SEEDS IN CONTAINERS:

  1. Fill a tray with seed soil mix. Firm gently, water and allow to drain. Sow the seeds evenly over the surface by tapping them from a folded piece of paper. For small or medium sized seeds, firm the soil mix to leave a ⅛ in. (3mm) gap between the mix and the rim. For large seeds, the gap may be ½-⅝ in. (10-15mm)
  2. AUTUMN SOWN SEEDS: Cover the seeds with a fine layer of soil mix, then add a ¼ in. (5mm) layer of grit or coarse sand. Label the containers and cover with wire netting to protect from birds or animals. Place in a sheltered place to overwinter at 14-28°F (-10 to -2°C) and subsequently germinate. Check them regularly and water if necessary. When the seeds are large enough to handle, transplant individually into cells, trays or small pots. Take care not to disturb the roots. This may be in the first spring after sowing, or up to a year after germination. 
  3. SPRING SOWN SEEDS: instead of grit use ½ in. (1cm) layer of vermiculite. Fine grade for small or medium sized seeds. Medium grade for large seeds. Temperature of 59-68°F (15-20°C) is required for germination, unless otherwise stated. The surface of the soil must remain moist at all times. You can either place it in a closed case, under a plastic tent, on a mist bench, or cover it with a sheet of glass. Some seeds require bottom heat for successful germination. FINE SEEDS that lose viability at temperatures above 68°F (20°C) respond well to being placed on a mist bench but seeds requiring temperatures higher than this often struggle to germinate, owing to the cooling effect of the mist. Inspect the soil regularly and water as necessary. Never water the container from above once fine seed is surface sown. Place it in a shallow dish of water for a short time. Spray the seedlings occasionally with fungicide. 
  4. Once the germinated seedlings are large enough to handle, lift them carefully using a knife or tweezers. Always hold the seedlings gently by their leaves. 
  5. Insert the seedlings singly into 2 ½-3 ½ in. (6-9cm) pots, or in rows in trays, in soilless potting mix. Gently firm around the base of each seedling then label and water. 
  6. Place out of direct sunlight until established. Harden off young plants by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions. 

For VERY FINE SEEDS such as rhododendrons or buddleja (buddleia), the seeds are so fine they don’t have sufficient food reserves to push through the soil mix, or they require light in order to germinate. Sow like seeds on the surface of the soil mix that has been sieved: tiny seeds can easily fall between cracks of a coarse surface. To give the seedlings as much light as possible, leave only a fraction of an inch between the soil mix and the rim. Mix the seeds with a small amount of fine sand, then gently tap the mixture onto the soil mix to sow evenly. 

SOWING IN RAISED SEEDBEDS:
Some shrubs and climbers, especially those native to your area can be sown outside in raised seedbeds. Select a sheltered site and raise the soil level by 8 in. (20cm) to improve the drainage. Remove perennial weeds and dig the soil thoroughly. Large seeds can be sown in rows in autumn; smaller ones can be left until late winter. Cover with ¾-1 ¼ in. (2-3cm) of pea gravel. Do not allow germinating seeds to dry out; cover with fleece or loose leaves to reduce frost heaving. 

Please be advised that this is a GENERAL guide to germinating Vine and Shrub Seeds. There are multiple resources on the web that are available and specifically tailored to the genus of the plant.

From personal experience, we had the best success by using a plastic seed tray, dome lid, heating mat and plant lights to get the seeds started. This way we were able to control the temperature and light requirements of the plants.

Sowing Seeds of Vines, Climbing Plants and Shrub Flower Seeds (Blumensamen)

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Uses: Live videos, Makeup, Video Recordings, Photography. Great for travelling. 

Three brightness adjustable dimmable ring light

No Batteries are needed. Equipped with a USB charging cable. 

Light, compact portable and easy to carry

Works with mobile phones, computers, tablets, all smart phones.

SPECIFICATIONS:

1.Light Color: White
2.Color temperature: 6000K
3.Power: 3W
4.Material: Plastic
5.Shell Color: White, Pink, Blue or Black
6.Voltage: DC 5V
7. Max. Clip 0.59 inch

Warranty: 2 years
Voltage: 12V
Power Source: DC
Model Number: W6113
Light Source: LED Bulbs
Are Bulbs Included: Yes
Are Batteries Included: Yes
Certification: ce
Certification: CCC
Body Material: ABS
Battery Type: AAA

PLEASE NOTE:

The product is packed in a box and may be squeezed during transportation. When you receive the package, the box may be wrinkled. Please double check whether the product is working properly. If the product is not, please contact us as soon as possible so we can address this issue. Thank you.

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