Botanical Name Aubrieta spp.
Common Name Aubrieta, false rock cress
Plant Type Herbaceous perennial
Mature Size 4 to 6 inches tall; 12-to 24-inch spread
Sun Exposure Full sun to part shade
Soil Type Lean, rocky soil
Soil pH 6.5 to 7.5 (slightly acidic to alkaline)
Bloom Time April, May
Flower Color Pink, purple, white
Hardiness Zones 4 to 9 (USDA)
Native Area Rocky regions of southwestern Europe
Planting Aubretia Seeds
1 Select a zone in your nursery that gets full sun to plant your seeds. Aubretia will likewise develop in a delicately concealed zone, particularly if your region has sweltering summers. Eliminate any weeds from the region.
2 Use the tool to relax the dirt in the zone where you need to plant your aubretia seeds. At that point rake over the territory so the dirt is level. Do this progression in late-winter once your dirt is useful. To decide whether your dirt is functional, uncover a modest bunch of soil with your trowel and extricate it. Snatch the small bunch of soil and press. On the off chance that any dampness emerges from the dirt when you press, you should hold up half a month longer to plant.
3 Open the parcel of seeds and disperse them over the zone. The seeds ought to be spread meagerly and equally to forestall huge bunches of seedlings in a single spot. Try not to cover the seeds with soil.
4 Keep the territory soggy, yet not wet and trust that your seeds will grow. When your seedlings have three or four arrangements of leaves, slight the seedlings to one plant each 10 inches.
All seeds will come in a resealable plastic zip lock bag with a label featuring a color photo of the plant, planting instructions, & details such as height, spacing, & light requirements for easy growing. If stored properly, your seeds can last for years! All seed packs contain fresh, 100% true named seeds - there are no fillers or other weeds or seeds mixed in. Most have been harvested by hand, & all test at an exceptionally high germination rate.
Please stored in a cool, dry place
The loss caused by the climate conditions or improper cultivation techniques, seed prices outside the economic responsibility
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