Summer violet colour mix 0,5 g
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What are the characteristics of the Summer Viola colour mix?
Very showy. It is a fragrant ornamental plant native to the Mediterranean. It is native to the Mediterranean and grows as a semi-shrub. It is one of the most beautiful of all annual flowers, both in scent and in appearance. Not by chance it is one of the most popular flowers in Europe. It has a long tradition since the sixteenth century. Its long flower clusters are very varied in colour from late spring to mid-summer.
Morphology of the Summer Viola:
Summer viola is a biennial plant, but there are also species that flower in the year in which the seeds are sown. In our country, it is best to plant annual varieties because of the extreme weather conditions. The upright stems are covered with a circle of double or simple flowers. The leaves of the plant are elongated and rounded-tipped, greenish-grey to grey in colour. The height of the plant is between thirty and forty centimetres. The best flowering is obtained from seedlings in January and February. Later it can be sown in a hotbed or under heated foil, and in the open ground in late March - early April. Greenhouse sowing starts flowering from April.
Requirements of Summer Viola:
Summer viola is a low maintenance plant, not fussy about soil, the main thing is that where it is planted it should be well watered as stagnant water can kill it.
Average water requirements, watering is only necessary in times of drought, then only moderately.
It has a high light requirement, so plant it in a sunny place. Weeding and loosening the soil around and at the base should be done from time to time, it will reward you with more beautiful and showy flowers.
When used as cut flowers, it is not a long-lasting flower and withers quickly. By removing the dead flowers, we can promote the appearance of new flowers, prolonging the flowering period.
Summer viola brings its pleasantly fragrant flowers in many colours. The flowers can be white, purple yellow, pink and red.
Benefits of planting Summer Viola:
In organic gardens, it attracts pollinators mainly by its fragrance. An important step towards biodiversity is to provide space and food for beneficial organisms that hide or feed on the flowers at certain stages of their life.
Growing Summer Viola:
Seeds can be sown from February to April.
Plant out 20 cm × 20 cm row and stake spacing.
May to August flowering.
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