Jicama Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors

US $11.60

Jicama Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors
— Original Package, 20 Seeds Of Each Pack

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    Jicama Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors
    100% Organic Seeds We offer the highest quality 100% organic seeds online at the best price. All our seeds are non GMO and are harvested using sustainable practices. Most folks don’t need hundreds of single crop seeds for their backyard gardens. We offer smaller batches so you can grow different fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices.

    Easy-peasy Guide to Growing Jicama from Organic Seeds

    So, you’ve got your hands on some jicama organic seeds, huh? Nice choice! Let’s get those babies growing, whether you're indoors or outdoors. Here’s the lowdown in super simple terms:

    Step 1: Get Your Gear Ready Grab your jicama seeds (organic, of course), some soil, a big pot or a patch of garden, water, and some sunlight. That’s your dream team right there!

    Step 2: Find the Perfect Spot Jicama craves sunlight like you crave snacks. So, pick a spot where the sun beams down for a good part of the day. Indoors? Pop your pot by a sunny window and watch the magic happen.

    Step 3: Soil Time Fill your container or garden bed with soil. Make sure it’s loose and fluffy so those jicama roots can stretch out and do their thing.

    Step 4: Plant Those Seeds Get your hands dirty and plant those seeds about an inch deep in the soil. Give 'em some space, too – about a foot apart if you’re planting multiple seeds.

    Step 5: Keep 'Em Hydrated Jicama likes to stay hydrated, but don’t drown 'em! Give 'em a good drink whenever the soil feels dry on top. It's like giving your plants a refreshing shower.

    Step 6: Watch and Wait Now, the waiting game begins. Keep an eye on your little seedlings as they sprout up. It’s like watching your favorite show – exciting stuff!

    Step 7: Support the Climb As your jicama grows, it might start reaching for the stars (or at least the top of your pot). Give it something to climb on like a trellis or stakes so it doesn’t flop over.

    Step 8: Harvest Party After a few months (yep, patience is key), your jicama should be ready to harvest. Look for those vines to start yellowing and dying back, then dig up your crunchy treasures.

    Boom! You did it! Now you’re the proud parent of some homegrown jicama. Enjoy the crispy, sweet goodness and pat yourself on the back for becoming a gardening pro!