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Velvety Kew Blue Salpiglossis Flower Seeds / Annual 30+

Velvety Kew Blue Salpiglossis Flower Seeds / Annual 30+

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30+ This annual is commonly known as Painted Tongue, and it is a native of South America and related to petunias. The Salpiglossis flower is trumpet-shaped and about 2 inches in width, and each flower is rich with velvety color and veins that are painted with a contrasting color. Salpiglossis Painted Tongue is perfect for the flower bed or in containers and baskets. The flowers are excellent for cutting and last in the vase nicely. Darkness is needed for germination. Cover seeds with a piece of cardboard. Sow Painted Tongue seeds indoors in late winter. The flower seed is fine, so gently press the seeds into the soil but do not cover. Once temperatures are warm and danger of frost has passed, Painted Tongue seedlings may be hardened off and transplanted outdoors into beds and borders. If sowing Salpiglossis seeds directly outdoors, wait until soil temperatures are warm. Pinch seedlings back to encourage branching. Deadhead the spent flowers to promote continued blooming. Salpiglossis plants often require stakes. Will bloom late spring to early summer. Loves full sun to partial shade. Instructions included. Combined shipping discount...all additional items ship free.
30+ This annual is commonly known as Painted Tongue, and it is a native of South America and related to petunias. The Salpiglossis flower is trumpet-shaped and about 2 inches in width, and each flower is rich with velvety color and veins that are painted with a contrasting color. Salpiglossis Painted Tongue is perfect for the flower bed or in containers and baskets. The flowers are excellent for cutting and last in the vase nicely. Darkness is needed for germination. Cover seeds with a piece of cardboard. Sow Painted Tongue seeds indoors in late winter. The flower seed is fine, so gently press the seeds into the soil but do not cover. Once temperatures are warm and danger of frost has passed, Painted Tongue seedlings may be hardened off and transplanted outdoors into beds and borders. If sowing Salpiglossis seeds directly outdoors, wait until soil temperatures are warm. Pinch seedlings back to encourage branching. Deadhead the spent flowers to promote continued blooming. Salpiglossis plants often require stakes. Will bloom late spring to early summer. Loves full sun to partial shade. Instructions included. Combined shipping discount...all additional items ship free.

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