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💙Cornflower 50/100 Seeds

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Description

Jonypark offers one of the largest herb seed, vegetable seed, flower bulb, and flower seed assortments available in the United States, including hundreds of unique and hard to find varieties. Jonypark is a supporter of the Safe Seed Pledge, meaning the seeds you purchase from us are fresh, 100% pure, high germination, and non-GMO. Always.

No need for sprawling acres; these cornflowers will bring a burst of color to your balcony, infusing your life with the beauty of the outdoors. We offer a variety of cornflower seeds, ranging from the classic blue to the vibrant pink, catering to diverse preferences.

PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS

How to Plant Imperialis Mix Cornflower
ABOUT CORNFLOWER

Cornflower, also called bachelor's button, offers brilliant colored, soft and frilly double blossoms with fringed petals and delicate gray-green feather foliage. It is widely cultivated in North America as a garden plant and has naturalized as an invasive species. These blooms are commonly used as fresh or dried flowers in bouquets.

WHEN TO PLANT CORNFLOWER SEEDS

Sow Cornflower seeds in early-to-mid Spring, after the threat of frost has passed for mid-Summer blooms.

WHERE TO PLANT CORNFLOWER SEEDS

Cornflower will thrive in Full Sun conditions, but is also tolerant of Partial Shade. Select an area with good, well-draining soil.

HOW TO PLANT CORNFLOWER SEEDS

Broadcast sow your seeds directly onto the surface of the soil. Compress the seeds, but leave them uncovered. Once plants have germinated, thin out to a spacing of 8-12 inches between plants.

HOW TO CARE FOR CORNFLOWER

Keep soil moist, but not wet. Also, while Cornflower will tolerate drought conditions, watering during drier periods will help improve flowering. Once the flowers have died back for the season, cut down your growth and remove the debris from the planting area.

  • Beautiful Blooms: 🌸 Bluebells are known for their delicate and charming small flowers, distinguished by their unique blue or light blue color. This hue often stands out in gardens, adding enchanting shades to the scenery.

  • Easy to Grow: 🌱 Bluebells are relatively easy to cultivate and maintain, making them suitable for both beginners and experienced garden enthusiasts. They don't require specific soil types and can thrive in areas with abundant sunlight or partial shade.

  • Extended Blooming Period: 🌺 Bluebells typically bloom from spring to summer, providing lasting colors and beauty to gardens. They can be planted in flower beds, borders, or containers.

  • Insect Attraction: 🦋 The flowers of bluebells attract bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects, contributing to the ecological balance of the garden and potentially aiding in pollination for other plants.

  • Symbolic Meaning: 💞 Bluebells hold special symbolism in different cultures, often representing friendship, true love, and loyalty. As a result, they are frequently used as gifts for friends, family, or partners.

  • Self-Seeding: 🌱 Bluebells can self-seed and generate new plants, which provides a supply of flowers for future years in the garden. This also means they can continue to propagate under suitable conditions.

  • Cold Resistance: ❄️ Bluebells usually possess a certain level of cold resistance, allowing them to thrive in cooler climates and making them suitable for various regions.

FAST FACTS

Name:Cornflower Seeds - Imperialis Mix
Botanical Name:Centaurea moschata
Life Cycle:Annual
Light Requirement:Full Sun, Partial Sun
Planting Season:Spring
Plant Type:Unique Fringed Flower Heads, Lanceolate Leaf Shape, Branching Stems
Features:Heirloom, Attracts Pollinators, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Poor Soil Tolerant, Cut Flower Garden, Extended Bloom Time, Container Garden, Fragrant
Color:White, Pink, Purple, Yellow
Blooms:Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Summer
Days to Maturity:60-90 Days
Plant Height:30-36 inches
Plant Spacing:6-8 inches
Planting Depth:1/4 inch
Sowing Method:Start Indoors, Direct Sow
Cold Stratification:No
Seeds per Pound:99, 800
Hardiness Zones:2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Ships:Year Round