Lobelia erinus pendula
of the Campanulaceae family is an annual hanging flowerpot plant from Southern Africa, where it blooms in winter. It prefers a little cooler weather and half shadow during the heat of summer and must not dry out, pH-value about 5.5.

SOWING: Sow very shallowly indoors in February-March. The seeds germinate and the seedlings grow slowly in the beginning. Temper and set the plants out when the risk of frost is over.

SEEDS: About 30.000 seeds/g.
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Has dark-blue flowers with white eyes. About 30.000 seeds/g - one portion could yield about 1000 seedlings.

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