Blue Flax (Linum Perenne) Seeds
Info: The Blue Flax is a pretty garden perennial whose feather-light blue funnel blossoms swing beautifully in the summer wind. It blooms from May to July and when you cut off the flax after flowering, it blooms a second time. It looks particularly pretty in rose beds.
Sowing & cultivation: Sowing takes place directly outside in spring. Flax likes full sun, dry, lean, sandy, permeable, moderately nutritious, alkaline habitats and sows itself there. It also thrives well as a tub plant. It is somewhat sensitive to wet and cold frosty winters.
|Botanical name||Linum perenne|
|Sowing||from April outdoors|
|Location||Sunny, dry, sandy, permeable soil|
|Germination temperature||14 - 18°C|
|Germination||7 - 14 days|
|Harvesting||May - July|
|Height||30 - 60 cm|
Image source: No machine-readable author provided. Hagen Graebner assumed (based on copyright claims)., Linumperenne1, CC BY-SA 2.5
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