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Mullein Heirloom Seeds, Order now, FREE shipping

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Mullein Heirloom Seeds, Order now, FREE shipping

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Our Home Farm Herbery Mullein (Verbascum Thapsus) Heirloom seed is a Biennial and this is the most productive and best respected species to grow for leaf production. Light-dependent seeds are pressed into the surface of bare soil. Plant prefers disturbed soil, full sun and moderate water.

Sow seed on surface of disturbed soil or on surface of flat. Compact down hard. Mullein tolerates poor, gravelly soil and fierce sun. Mullein is used medicinally as tea or tincture for moistening mucous membranes and is therefore a great soothing agent for the throat, bronchi and lungs.

Limited Quantity available to buy now.

When you sow this package of seeds you are taking part in the preservation of healing plants worldwide.

approx. 35 heirloom Seeds $6.95

Approx. 100 heirloom seeds $9.99

All orders come with free shipping and a free herb, herb blend, tea sampler or heirloom seed of our choice.

We thank you in advance for your purchase as 100% of our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Your order automatically enters you in this month’s contest to try to win a FREE original work of art valued at least at $100.00.

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Award winning International artist, author of 8 published books and over 730 articles, gardener and culinary herb blender at Home Farm Herbery in Munfordville, KY. Remember, any customer who makes any kind of purchase (regardless of the price) from the 1st unto midnight of the last day of each month then their name may be chosen at random and will win a FREE original work of art valued at least at $100.00. So your next purchase of any of our products automatically enters you name. Plus we always include a Free gift. Please share this with other folks, Thanks, Arlene

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