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Cascade of Color Trailing Lobelia Seeds

Heirloom

#1195
Availability: In Stock
Cascade of Color spills over the edge of patio containers or hanging baskets to soften and complement the entire arrangement. This densely flowering beauty will grace your flower bed with blossoms of blue, blue with a white eye, lilac, red, ruby, and white.
$1.89 125 mg

Botanical Name: Lobelia erinus

Family: Campanulaceae

Native: Africa

Hardiness: Perennial in USDA zones 10–11; otherwise grown as an annual

Plant Dimensions: 6"–8" long

Variety Information: ½" flowers in blue, lilac, red, ruby, and white

Exposure: Full sun to part shade

Bloom Period: Spring to frost

Attributes: Attracts Beneficial Insects, Attracts Pollinators, Deer Resistant, Good for Containers

When to Sow Outside: 1 to 2 weeks after your average last frost date. In Mild Climates, sow in late summer for winter color.

When to Start Inside: RECOMMENDED. 8 to 10 weeks before your average last frost date. Ideal soil temperature for germination is 60°–70°F.

Days to Emerge: 15–20 days

Seed Depth: Press lightly into surface

Seed Spacing: Sow in groups of 12–20 seeds, 4"–6" apart

Thinning: Not required.

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Cascade of Color Trailing Lobelia Seeds Reviews

8 reviews
beautiful blue cascading flowers
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I had great germination with these seeds. The tiny blue flowers are very pretty; and they are on cascading stems. I have had no trouble growing these.
Kate from MD

Disappointing
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I've grown lobelia from seed before, but these were disappointing. Although they germinated well, the seedlings shriveled before reaching half an inch in height, even with careful watering, sunlight, and temperature monitoring. (The replanted seedlings did the same thing.) Not sure what went wrong. I was looking forwarding to seeing the beautiful colors in this seed blend.
AMM from WY
Owner Response: Thank you for sharing your experience. Once germinated the success of the plant is environmental. It sounds like the plants may have been too wet or succumbed to a fungal disease called damping off. Please feel free to contact us when you have questions, we are here to help!

Still waiting for flowers
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All seedlings sprouted so far. Waiting for the beautiful flowers.
Teresa M Palzes from CA
Owner Response: Hi Teresa, We are glad your lobelia germinated well. Adding a fertilizer that is weighted towards phosphorus can help encourage flowering. Happy growing!

Trailing Lobelia
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Excellent germination and the plants are gorgeous. Very pleased!
Shirlie Freytag from CO

First Order
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The training lobelia was really very pretty.
Paula Corey from PA

Love It
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Massive response to seeds! Almost all of them germinated!!!
Douglas G Stark from TX

A new garden favorite
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I have enjoyed your Trailing Lobelia so much. A great addition to my garden. They flourish in both sun and shade. They love wet soil and attract the tiniest pollinators. Gorgeous trailing flowers! They've been producing flowers for 6 months now with no sign of letting up. :)
Nick Watson from TN

Excited to Grow
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I'm excited to grow these pretty trailing flowers! Hoping to be able to have a gorgeous flower basket filled with these by June! I was confused about planting. How many seeds do I grow in one spot? I reused a 6 pot tray, planting 15-20 seeds in one pot. Did I do that right? Do they need full sun as well?
Bettina from CA
Owner Response: Hello Bettina, thank you for taking the time to leave a review. You did that correct! Plating 12-20 seeds per group is recommended for this variety. When reusing containers we always recommend giving it a thorough cleaning with a diluted bleach solution to eliminate problems in the future. Seeds need around 14 hours of light per day. Once they have established, Lobelia can handle full sun to part shade. Happy growing!

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