Cornflower Centaurea Pink Seeds
Info: The cornflower Centaurea Pink is a pretty pink cultivar of the originally blue summerflower. The variety is richly flowering and with its attractive pink radiant blossoms it lends an enchanting note to any bouquet of wild flowers. The flowers of the cornflower are edible and give salads and tea blends a nice spot of colour.
Sowing & care: Sowing takes place directly outdoors between March and July. After distribution, cover the seeds thinly with soil and keep them moist. If you sow every 4 weeks, the flowering time will be extended. Cornflowers like a sunny location and a permeable, nutrient-poor soil.
|Botanical name||Centaurea cyanus|
|Sowing||from March directly outdoors|
|Location||sunny, well-drained, nutrient-poor soil|
|Germination temperature||12 - 18°C|
|Germination||10 - 14 days|
|Blooming||June - August|
|Height||up to 50 cm|