"Blue Mink" blue tassel develops a small, approx. 20 cm shrub with beautiful dark blue flowers, which sit very close in a screen-shaped top. The plant is ideal for pots and balcony boxes and is suitable as a cut flower. If you want to extend the flowering time, remove withered flowers.
Quantity: seeds for approx. 100 plants
Sowing: February-March, sown very thinly in hills with sandy loamy soil and pressed in lightly. As the seeds are very small, I would not recommend covering them with soil, they should be pressed lightly against the soil. After the sprouts have emerged, they are placed cooler and brighter. Otherwise, they can be sown outdoors in May-June.
Blue broom can sow itself if it withers in the winter. The plant can also be propagated by cuttings, which can be taken from the mother plant in September.
Planting: April - May in a sunny and warm growing place.
Flowering: all summer until the first frost.
About sowing summer flowers - here you can read more about reproduction