100pcs/Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus) Seeds Blue Centaurea cyanus Flower Seeds for Home Garden Plants EXCELLENT CUT FLOWER
Applications: outdoor, tropical
Sowing Diospyros lotus Seeds:
Well known and popular for being the truest blue flower, Cornflowers are a typical annual: they germinate easily from Cornflower seeds, the plants grow quickly, and they bloom heavily. In the United State they are commonly called Bachelor's Button and are found growing in the wild. Originally, Centaurea Cyanus came from Europe where they were found growing in corn and grain fields. Cornflowers make a great addition to the wild flower garden or flower border as they attract butterflies and beneficial insects. Even in natural settings, deer will often resist the Cornflower plants.
Cornflowers are known to be wonderful cut flowers. They perform well in the vase and also dry nicely to be used in everlasting arrangements. Bachelor's Button flowers are not picky about soil types as long as it drains well. They prefer full sun and will withstand periods of drought. Most wild flowers will re-seed themselves; however, Cornflower does not do this in a consistent manner. To maintain successive seasons of a Cornflower meadow or similar natural display
Sow Outdoors: Cover seeds. Use successive sowing for continued blooms. Before last frost or autumn. Spacing 15 to 30 cm.
Germination time - 1-5 weeks. Ni light required for germination.