Snapdragon Seeds (Antirrhínum) Californica, Assorted Flower 1 Pack\ 0.1 g
China - East Asia, Agricultural Field, Backgrounds, Beauty, Beauty In Nature
Lion's yawn Kimosy (Antirrhinum majus Kimosy), an early low-growth series. The bush is compact, strongly branched, 15-20 cm high. Flowers of original shape, bifurcated, gradually open from the bottom up. Blossoms from June to frost. Light-loving, cold resistant plant, prefers light, drained, fertile soil. Seedlings are sown in March, superficially. At a temperature of 20-24 ⁰C seedlings appear in 7-14 days. Plants grow slowly, are very sensitive to excess moisture, are affected by fungal diseases. Rotics are planted in open ground in May at a distance of 15-20 cm, they are permanently sown in April. They are used for planting on flower beds, slaves, mixboards, curbs, balconies, and are ideal for growing in cassettes. Plants can be planted in a pot and transferred to a cool room, at a temperature not exceeding 15 ⁰C flowering will last all winter.