1.soak your llama planter in water for half an hour.
2.in a separate container, mix 2 teaspoons of seeds with 1/4 cup of water. stir the seed mixture occasionally for half an hour to form a gel-like paste which will help seeds adhere to your llama planter.
proper measurements of seeds and water are important in order to get the correct consistency of the seed mixture. after stirring and allowing the seed mixture to sit for 10 minutes, it should have a jam-like consistency. this is necessary so the seeds don't slide off your llama planter. if you have added too much water(or not enough) and the seed mixture too runny you can correct this by adding a small amount od seeds, stirring and letting the seed mixture sit for another 10 minutes.
3.empty any excess water from your planter and place planter on the drip tray provided.
4.apply a thin, even layer of seeds to the planter. spread the seed mixture evenly on the grooved surface of your planter, using a spoon or your finger. don't let the seeds clump in any one area.
5.don't water your planter for 2 days. let seeds adhere to the planter so they won't slide off.
don't worry if the seeds are looking very dry. they'll start to sprout once you add water.
6.after letting the seeds adhere to your planter for 2 days, fill your llama planter with water and sprinkle water on the head and the neck. keep your planter watered daily. onece you add water to your llama planter, the dry seeds will become moist and begin the growing process.
7.when the frowth appears overgrown. it's time to remove the old growth. llama planter should be washed and can be replanted
all over again. there are enough seeds for your use 3 times.