Echium pininana white 10 seeds

2,50

Echium pininana white 10 seeds

2,50

Growing Echium pininana from seed couldn’t be easier. For your first plants you need to buy the seeds. These are widely available. Aside from Echium pininana, there are several other giant echium hybrids to choose from. The leaves are similar, but the flowers are different colors. Different hardness is sometimes cited for different plants, but a good frost will wipe away the many of them Fill a large pot with multifunctional compost. Sterilize with compost with boiling water and let cool. When the compost has cooled, sow surface. Press the seeds in order to cover the compost, but not them. Light is important for germination. Plants grown indoors have not managed to germinate. Plants sown in the greenhouse germinate quickly. Heat is not required for the germination of echiums.

Because these plants germinate easily you don’t need to get them started quickly. In fact, germinating echiums too early can lead to a number of problems. It is a good idea to transplant your echiums pininana seedlings as soon as they are large enough to handle. The plants grow quickly and in the wind free environment of a greenhouse they do not concentrate on building a sturdy stem. The stems of small echiums rather brittle. If the plants are allowed to run away they can become lanky (not in the etiolated sense) and are prone to because they are easily bitten by carelessly handled.

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Growing Echium pininana from seed couldn’t be easier. For your first plants you need to buy the seeds. These are widely available. Aside from Echium pininana, there are several other giant echium hybrids to choose from. The leaves are similar, but the flowers are different colors. Different hardness is sometimes cited for different plants, but a good frost will wipe away the many of them Fill a large pot with multifunctional compost. Sterilize with compost with boiling water and let cool. When the compost has cooled, sow surface. Press the seeds in order to cover the compost, but not them. Light is important for germination. Plants grown indoors have not managed to germinate. Plants sown in the greenhouse germinate quickly. Heat is not required for the germination of echiums.

Because these plants germinate easily you don’t need to get them started quickly. In fact, germinating echiums too early can lead to a number of problems. It is a good idea to transplant your echiums pininana seedlings as soon as they are large enough to handle. The plants grow quickly and in the wind free environment of a greenhouse they do not concentrate on building a sturdy stem. The stems of small echiums rather brittle. If the plants are allowed to run away they can become lanky (not in the etiolated sense) and are prone to because they are easily bitten by carelessly handled.

Additional information

Weight 0,0100 kg
USDA zone

zone 6: -23.3 to -17.8 degrees

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