Fresh Lavatera Arborea Seeds, ROSE MALLOW (Bush Mallow) Hibiscus Flower Mix, Easy to Grow 2022
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The plant is up to 1m high, strongly budded from the stem base. Blossoms abundantly and lastingly. Flowers are large, white and pink colored. Widely used in landscaping and amateur floriculture. Plants are cold resistant, light-loving and drought resistant. They are undemanding to the soils. Sow in the ground in early spring or under the winter. Blossoms 60 days after emergence of seedlings.
How to Grow Lavatera Lavatera grows in most well-drained soil types, including poor soil. However, it performs best in sandy or loamy soil. Similarly, this adaptable plant blooms best in full sunlight but tolerates partial shade. The most effective way to plant this rose mallow is by planting seeds directly in the garden after the last frost in spring. Lavatera has a long root system, so plant them in a permanent location where they won’t require transplanting.
Don’t plant Lavatera too early, as the plant won’t survive frost. However, if you live in a mild climate, you can plant the seeds in autumn for blooms in late winter and spring. Remove the weakest plants when the seedlings area about 4 inches (10 cm.) tall. Allow 18 to 24 inches (46-61 cm.) between each plant. Alternatively, you can plant Lavatera indoors in late winter. The plant, which grows quickly, benefits from planting in small pots because they outgrow tiny pots or celled trays very quickly.