Lobelia Cardinalis Queen Victoria : 6 results priced between £1.00 and £10.00
Lobelia Cardinalis Queen Victoria
6Lobelia Cardinalis Queen Victoria£1.00£10.00/l/Lobelia-Cardinalis-Queen-Victoria
When seedlings are large enough to handle, transplant and grow them on in cooler conditions until large enough to plant outdoors. When lobelia plants are well grown and all risk of frost has passed, acclimatise them to outdoor conditions over 7 to 10 days. Transplant outdoors in a sheltered position in sun or semi-shade on reliably moist, fertile soil. Lobeliacardinalis copes well with boggy soils and can be planted at the edge of ponds and streams.
Position: full sun or partial shade. Soil: deep, fertile, moist soil. Rate of growth: average. Flowering period: August to October. Hardiness: fully hardy Stunning spikes of scarlet, five-petalled flowers rise up in late summer among beautiful, beetroot-coloured foliage. This gorgeous cardinal flower brings a splash of vibrant colour to the garden just as many perennials are fading. It is excellent for filling gaps left by early-flowering perennials in a mixed or herbaceous border and suits...
Product Information This perennial is easy to grow and lights up the garden with deep beetroot red leaves on upright stems of the same colour. The flowers are cardinal red and look like exotic butterflies. The contrast between leaves and flowers is like no other and the plant is a stunning site in late summer. An excellent plant for part shade or full sun in wet or permanently moist soil. Ideal for a bog garden or to grow in a container stood in a saucer or on a pond margin. The plant dies down completely...
Tall spikes of deep maroon foliage topped by glowing scarlet blooms bring a welcome splash of late summer colour, when many flowers have already faded. This exotic looking, short lived perennial is ideal for filling gaps in damp borders, and looks spectacular planted beside ponds and streams. Height: 90cm (36&#34;'). Spread: 30cm (12&#34;')
Dainty, deep blue flowers, the personification of the summer garden. Ball-shaped, very dwarf, compact plants. Primarily for edging or contrasting with another flower like alyssum but a group or bed can be a very effective foil to bright colours in sunshine. Useful for hanging baskets too. Flowers late spring to first frosts. Hgt. 4in.