Bachelor Button Seeds

$3.50

A classic, easy to grow wildflower! Bachelor Button seeds produce beautiful periwinkle blooms that make for great cut flowers and pollinator plants. They keep their color very well when dried too. Also known as cornflower, this dependable annual is native to Europe, though it has made its home across North America and grows great in Southern California and the American southwest. Drought tolerant, Blue Bachelor Buttons prefer to bloom during the cooler temps of spring. The flower may have gotten its name from early use when bachelors would wear them in the buttonholes of their suit coats while courting.  

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Description

A classic, easy to grow wildflower! Bachelor Button seeds produce beautiful periwinkle blooms that make for great cut flowers and pollinator plants. They keep their color very well when dried too. Also known as cornflower, this dependable annual is native to Europe, though it has made its home across North America and grows great in Southern California and the American southwest. Drought tolerant, Blue Bachelor Buttons prefer to bloom during the cooler temps of spring. The flower may have gotten its name from early use when bachelors would wear them in the buttonholes of their suit coats while courting.  

Recommended Planting Requirements: Sow Bachelor’s Button seeds directly in the garden in spring, about 4 inches apart; cover seeds with ¼ to ½ inch of soil and press gently.

Growing Recommendations: Broadcast seeds to fill in empty spaces in the garden. Plant in full sun during spring. Will reseed. For continual production, prune dead stems.

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Soil Temperature:55-65
Planting Depth:1/4″
Days to Germination:14-21+
Days to Maturity:80-90+
Height at Maturity:12-18″
Lighting Requirements:Full Sun

 

Centaurea cyanus

Package Weight: 1 gram

 

Additional information

Weight.1 g
Dimensions0.00 × 0.00 × 0.00 in
Weight

Packet, 1 ounce

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