Echium wildprettii 10 seeds

2,50

Echium wildprettii 10 seeds

2,50

Echium belongs to the boraginaceae family. The hairy leaves form rosettes at the base of the flower stalks. The species discussed here are not entirely hardy. They should be protected or kept indoors in winter. Most species grow naturally on Madeira Island, in the Canary Islands and in Australia. There, the summer and winter temperatures do not fluctuate as much as in the Netherlands. On the islands, the herb blooms almost continuously. With us, snakeweed blooms mainly at the beginning of spring to the end of summer. Echium likes a warm temperature and should definitely not be given too much water, otherwise the herb will grow into a coarse form. The soil should also not be too rich. Even then, growth in growth form occurs.

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Description

Echium wildprettii belongs to the family Boraginaceae. The hairy leaves form rosettes at the base of the flower stalks. The species discussed here are not entirely hardy. They should be protected or kept indoors in winter. Most species grow naturally on Madeira Island, in the Canary Islands and in Australia. There, the summer and winter temperatures do not fluctuate as much as in the Netherlands. On the islands, the herb blooms almost continuously. With us, snakeweed blooms mainly at the beginning of spring to the end of summer. Echium likes a warm temperature and should definitely not be given too much water, otherwise the herb will grow into a coarse form. The soil should also not be too rich. Even then, growth in growth form occurs.

Additional information

Weight 0,0100 kg
USDA zone

Zone 11: >+4.4 degrees

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