Plates Available

#4 #7 #12 #16
Alyssum (3-4 or single) Ageratum Bird of Paradise Aconitum
Alfalfa Azalea Four O’Clock Arboricolia
Anthemis Campanula Neathebella Palm(Best on Armeria
Arabis (Snowcap) Chervil 50 Hole Protray) Beets (500 max)
Arugula Chives & celery Nephytis Bells of Ireland
Asters Eragrostis Curvula(2-3) Podocarpus Brassica
Balsam Fir Eucalyptus Pumpkins Broccoli
Begonia (pelleted) Foxglove Brussel Sprouts
Bellis Holy Basil Squash Cabbage
Campanula Lettuce Calendula
Carnations Mint #2 Cauliflower
Celosia Moss Rose (Portulaca) Chinese Lantern Centaurea “Montana”
Chives(3-4) Nicotiana Dianthus (Gaiety) Cilantro
Columbine Oregano Scabiosa Cissus
Corn Salad Pampas Grass Watermelon Cleome
Dianthus Petunia (Lg. seed 1 per hole) Collards
Dill Pieris (Sm. seed 2 per hole) Coreopsis
Dill (fernleaf) Romaine Cosmos
Ground Cherry Sedum (Dbls & Trpls) #13 Cucumbers (Single)
Hemlock St. Johns Wort Cyclamen
Impatiens Summer Savory Chrysanthemum Max Dahlia (15%)
Iris (BiColor) Tobacco Dahlia Delphinium
Lambs Lettuce Thyme Dianthus Barbatus Dimorphotheca
Lobelia (pelleted) Veronica Gloriosa Daisy “Monarch” Dracena (Spikes)
Mache Gypsophila Eggplant
Mizuna #9 Hollyhocks(Athea Rosea) Forget-Me-Not
Pansy Amaranthus Hollyhocks(Chater’s Dbl) Geranium
Panicum Virgatum(2-3) Anise Impatiens Gerbera
Peppers Basil & Bok Choy Rudbeckia Hipta Gomphrena
Petunia’s (pelleted) Candytuft (Fairy Mix) Salpiglossus “Emperor” Hemp
Phlox Caraway Shasta Daisy “Alaska” Kale
Pineapple Guava Chinese Cabbage Sweet William Kochia
Pinus Caribaea Dianthus Viola Kohlrabi
Pinus Gregii Iberia Zoysia Grass Leek
Pyrethrum Parsley Lilac
Tatzoi Pinus Chiapensis Linaria
Tobacco (pelleted) Society Garlic Lisianthus (pelleted)
Tomatoes (Small) Sweet Fennel Mache (pelleted)
Verbena Milk Thistle
Viola #10 #1 Oeno Thera(Missourieris)
#3 Bachelors Button Alyssum(pelleted) Ornamental Pepper
Agapanthus(30% dbls) (Polka Dot Mix) Aralia Passion Flower
Arabis (Spring Charm) Browallia Austrian Pine Peppers
Armeria (10%) Heliopsis “Summer Sun” Black Knight Larkspur Pickles
Black Hills Spruce Rosemary Cantalope (Single) Primula
Black Spruce Shasta “Silver Princess” Colorado Blue Spruce Radish
Blue Fescue (10% Dbls) Statice Delphinium Pac Giant Ranunculus
Basil sngl or(2 to 4) Honeydew (Single) Rudbeckia (Puppurea)
Cerasturm (Biebersteini) #5 Larkspur “Imperial” Sage
Coleus African Iris Lettuce (pelleted) Salvia
Dusty Miller Balsam Momi Fir Scabiosa
Fountain Grass Cukes(2-3 per hole) Mugho Pine Schefflera
Gaillardia Melons Norway Spruce Solanum
Godetia Meyeri Fern Onion (pelleted) Stocks
Norway Spruce Morning Glory Pinus Michoacana Spinach (Dbls)
Onion Okra Pinus Oaxacana Tomatoes(5-10%)
Peppers (small) Sprengerii Red Yucca(50% Dbls) Tree Tomatoes
Poppy Squash Swiss Chard Watermelon (Single)
Potatoes Sweet Pea Tomatoes (pelleted) White Spruce
Primula Sweet Corn(128 max) Watermelon (Single) Vinca
Primula-Obconia White Pine Zinnia(15%)
Snaps Squash(2-3)  Sunflower  Sunflower
Statice (Dumosa) Hemp
Strawflowers #15
Sweet Marjoram (Dbls) Gloxinia
Thyme Lisianthus
Wallflower (20% Dbls) Lobelia(cluster)
White Spruce Sedum-Reflexum
#11 #20
Beans (50 per tray max) Arabidopsis
Plate Size: 11-12-5 1-16-9-10-4-13-3 7-15-20 smallest
* % of doubles. Any variance in % is because of different size seed.

MARIGOLDS – #3 (small) and #13 (large) ideal for direct seeding.  Most growers are ordering double drilled because of less than 100% germination.  For seeding in plugs you can get by on #4 and   #3.

If you use all pelleted seed you will want #4 and/or #1.

Micro Greens
         #4 up to 4,000 per plate        #16 up to 1,000 per plate
               Arugula                                  Cilantro   
               Mizuna                                   Radish
               Tatzoi                              #16  Beets  512 max
Send us your samples for testing.

All plates are numbered with the seeds listed that fit on that plate.  Any listed more than once is because of seed variance.  There are no misses unless tapped excessively.  You can achieve some doubles if you wish by not tapping the plate (as with the alyssum).  There is a vacuum adjustment on the underside of the seeder that will allow you to singulate or cluster seed on the same plate.  All seeds listed are raw seeds unless stated as pelleted.  Varieties not listed most likely have not been tested.  Numbers 16, 7 and 4 will do the largest variety for most growers; annuals or perennials.

DIBBLE BOARDS available for plugs or cells when seeds need to be covered.