Buy Rose Campion. Press seeds lightly into soil. The plants prefer full sun but tolerate partial shade, where they produce fewer blossoms.
Tolerant of hot sun to dry shade, poor soil, clay soil and it’s deer resistant! Ordered today = delivered tomorrow! This flower has an intense blue color.
Some Of The Pink Varieties Are So Intense That The Flowers Seem To Glow.
The rose campion was first pictured around 1410. Each bloom lasts just a day. If the soil is too wet for too long, the plants will succumb to root rot.
The Flowers Of Lychnis Open One At A Time On Branched Silver Stems, But They Do So Over A Long Blooming Period In Summer.
The bright and showy blossoms develop singularly, in pairs, or in clusters. Soft, furry, silvery foliage and a mass of silvery upright branchy stems are a perfect foil for. Since each plant produces dozens of flowers, consider deadheading weekly.
Growing Rose Campions Is A Snap If You Choose The Right Location.
Do not cover as light is needed for germination. Make sure to follow the care tips below: This flower has an intense blue color.
Lychnis Coronaria (Rose Campion) Is An Evergray Perennial That Deserves A Spot In The Landscape.
It can grow up to 2 feet in height, but it is a slow grower. The plants prefer full sun but tolerate partial shade, where they produce fewer blossoms. Grown as much for its decorative.
Characteristics Of Rose Campion Plant.
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