Tender annuals from South America, members of the Potato family, Solanaceae. The name commemorates John Browall, A Swedish bishop of Abo. The plants have small terminal clusters of blue blooms beginning in summer and lasting througout the season.
Propagation may be accomplished by taking cuttings from new growth and inserrting in moist sand to root. Another method is to sow seed. Seeds should be sown in pots, trays or a bed prepared with a soiless medium (1 part sand to 1 part sphagnum peat moss is fine) and covered lightly. The medium should be kept moist, but not soggy at about 75F. WHen seedlings reach a height of 2 inches, they should be transplanted to larger containers or directly outdoors, if the outdoor temperatures remain above 65F.
Bells Mix - Browallia speciosa (mojor) - Annual - Free flowering bushy trailing type perfect for baskets or containers. Full sun or partial shade. Height: 10 inches
|#5553 Packet $3.50 Approximately 50 seeds||
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