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50 QIS Mixed Color Scabiosa / Pincushion Flower Seeds
50 QIS Mixed Color Scabiosa / Pincushion Flower Seeds
50 QIS Mixed Color Scabiosa / Pincushion Flower Seeds
50 QIS Mixed Color Scabiosa / Pincushion Flower Seeds
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50 QIS Mixed Color Scabiosa / Pincushion Flower Seeds

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Up for sale is one pack of 50 QIS Mixed Color Scabiosa seeds. Perfect for summer blooms, scabiosa create striking flowers in purple, lilac, red, white, and pink colors on 32" stems. QIS Scabiosa were developed for the cut flower industry and have an extremely long vase life.

We offer flat rate combined shipping on all orders, no limit on the amount or type of seed packets.

CULTURE

Soil temperature: 65 - 75 degrees fahrenheit
Germination lighting: Light
Germination days: 10 days
Plant spread: 12 inches
Plant height: Max 32''
Plant type: Annual
Maturation days: 80 days

Scabiosa are one of our favorite garden flowers due to how easy they are to grow and the wide variety of colors. One of the few flowers that does not care about summer heat, Scabiosa can be stared early in pots but you will get more plant flourish with fall planted seeds. For direct seeding scatter Scabiosa in your garden area in the fall and then cover lightly with peat. They will germinate and slowly grow over winter. The last picture is a Scabiosa that was direct seeded in late September and is approximately 30 days old. They look a lot like weeds so take care not to mistakenly pull them when weeding your garden.

You can also start in pots 6 weeks before your last frost, but in pots they can take up to 3 weeks to germinate so be patient with them and they will germinate in batches. They require light for germination so press into the soil surface and lightly cover with sand or vermiculite. Transplant into your garden after your first frost in the spring. Please note that this scabiosa seed looks a bit different as it is cleaned from the seed pod leaving only the seed kernel.

You can successively seed Scabiosa all spring and summer and you will have flowers until fall.