seeds per packet
Using a garden rake, move the dirt around then sprinkle the seeds in that area. Rake again to cover with shallow dirt. Thin if needed once sprouts begin to mature.
We love cutting these leaves as a flavorful addition to salad, soup, and stir fry. It’s also a great substitute when you run out of green onions or fresh garlic. I also grow these for the flowers as they are beautiful and long-lasting in summer and fall arrangements. And pollinators love these too so it’s a great crossover plant from herb garden to pollinator bed.