Swan River Daisy Brachycome Mix Seeds, Colorfoul Flower, Annual Plant - 225 Pcs (Pack of 5)
Compact relatively frost-resistant annual with fragrant inflorescences of perfectly balanced palette of tones - dark and bright blue, purple and white. Relates to the family of astrological. The height of plants 20-30cm. It grows well in flowerpots, hanging baskets, on flower beds, along the edges of kerbs. The plant is light-loving and relatively drought-resistant.
Brachicoma: growing out of seeds Seeds of brachycoma are harvested in September, their germination lasts 3 years. Cultivation of a brachicola begins with the end of February. Then the seeds are sown in flat containers to obtain seedlings. To do this, without burrowing, distribute seeds on the surface of moist compacted soil or in the grooves made and cover with glass (film). If the temperature is maintained at 18-20 ° C, sprinkling water and airing, then in 5-7 days there will be friendly shoots. When 2-3 present leaflets appear, they should be dived into separate deeper cassettes (cups) or placed at a distance of 5 cm. To do this, carefully remove the lump of earth with the plants, carefully remove the roots from the ground, separate them and each one pinch the main root .
The resulting seedlings are planted in a hole made in the moist earth with a stick, lightly press the soil around and moisten abundantly from the spray gun. Further care of plantings is reduced to timely moderate watering, fertilizing once every 2 weeks and tempering plants, which consists in removing containers with them in good weather for open air.
Plant a brachicant in an open ground with a radical earth coma from the end of May. The flowers of the brachicola are dissolved 70 days after the germination of the seeds.
Seeds of brachycoma can be sown in May and in open ground. The grown plants are thinned, leaving a distance of 20 cm between them.