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Rose Campion Lychnis Coronaria Flower Seeds / Perennial 50+

Rose Campion Lychnis Coronaria Flower Seeds / Perennial 50+

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50+ Rose Campion is easily established from Lychnis seeds. The plant gets 28 - 32 inches tall with a spread of 12 - 24 inches. The first year it will only produce a few blooms, but in the second year of establishment, Lychnis Rose Campion blooms with a profusion producing many long-stemmed rose to red colored trumpet-shaped flowers. They measure an inch across and just as long. A common name is Mullein Pink. Mullein Pink Rose Campion is well-loved for its long bloom season. This Lychnis plant begins blooming in late spring and lasts throughout the summer. The rosy-red Rose Campion flower is a beautiful contrast with the silvery foliage. Lychnis Coronaria Rose Campion plants perform well in both full sun or partial shade. Start Lychnis seeds indoors 6 - 8 weeks before the last frost is expected. Sow the Lychnis seeds on the surface, lightly covered. Keep seed continuously moist until germination. Some gardeners will cover with plastic wrap to keep humidity high. Transplant outdoors after danger of frost and when seedlings are 2 inches tall. Lychnis care includes watering deeply throughout the growing season, mulching around the base to keep the roots cool, and deadheading spent blooms to prolong the blooming season. Let the last blooms go to seed so that Lychnis can re-seed itself. They are deer resistant. Instructions included. Combined shipping discount....all additional items ship free.
50+ Rose Campion is easily established from Lychnis seeds. The plant gets 28 - 32 inches tall with a spread of 12 - 24 inches. The first year it will only produce a few blooms, but in the second year of establishment, Lychnis Rose Campion blooms with a profusion producing many long-stemmed rose to red colored trumpet-shaped flowers. They measure an inch across and just as long. A common name is Mullein Pink. Mullein Pink Rose Campion is well-loved for its long bloom season. This Lychnis plant begins blooming in late spring and lasts throughout the summer. The rosy-red Rose Campion flower is a beautiful contrast with the silvery foliage. Lychnis Coronaria Rose Campion plants perform well in both full sun or partial shade. Start Lychnis seeds indoors 6 - 8 weeks before the last frost is expected. Sow the Lychnis seeds on the surface, lightly covered. Keep seed continuously moist until germination. Some gardeners will cover with plastic wrap to keep humidity high. Transplant outdoors after danger of frost and when seedlings are 2 inches tall. Lychnis care includes watering deeply throughout the growing season, mulching around the base to keep the roots cool, and deadheading spent blooms to prolong the blooming season. Let the last blooms go to seed so that Lychnis can re-seed itself. They are deer resistant. Instructions included. Combined shipping discount....all additional items ship free.

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