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Apricot Queen Diascia Flower Seeds / Barbarae / Perennial 40+

Apricot Queen Diascia Flower Seeds / Barbarae / Perennial 40+

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40+ This popular plant can easily be grown from Diascia seeds and used as a bedding, basket, or container plant. It is commonly grown as an annual but survives as an evergreen perennial where hard frosts do not occur. Twinspur Diascia has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Its delicate, colorful flowers will bloom from early summer until late fall. Each small bloom is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries. As the name implies, these nectaries contain nectar which attract bees and butterflies, and even an occasional hummingbird. Grow Diascia Barberae ApricotQueen in full to partial sun and porous, friable, humus-rich soil with an acid to neutral pH. Twinspur prefers cooler locations in summer heat and needs continual moisture when grown in containers, particularly if placed in exposed sites to the sun. Flowering may even cease during the very hottest part of summer, but the flowering will resume as temperatures begin to drop as autumn nears. To encourage fresh growth, trim back Diascia plants when blooms begin to fade. Instructions included. Combined shipping discount.....all additional items ship free.
40+ This popular plant can easily be grown from Diascia seeds and used as a bedding, basket, or container plant. It is commonly grown as an annual but survives as an evergreen perennial where hard frosts do not occur. Twinspur Diascia has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Its delicate, colorful flowers will bloom from early summer until late fall. Each small bloom is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries. As the name implies, these nectaries contain nectar which attract bees and butterflies, and even an occasional hummingbird. Grow Diascia Barberae ApricotQueen in full to partial sun and porous, friable, humus-rich soil with an acid to neutral pH. Twinspur prefers cooler locations in summer heat and needs continual moisture when grown in containers, particularly if placed in exposed sites to the sun. Flowering may even cease during the very hottest part of summer, but the flowering will resume as temperatures begin to drop as autumn nears. To encourage fresh growth, trim back Diascia plants when blooms begin to fade. Instructions included. Combined shipping discount.....all additional items ship free.

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