800 Seeds, California Bluebells (Phacelia campanolaria) Seeds By Seed Needs
- Quality California Bluebells seeds packaged by "Seed Needs"
- Grows to a mature height of under 1 foot tall
- Annual plants that grow up until the first frost
- Prefers an area of full sunlight and average moisture daily
- Easy planting instructions along with a colorful picture printed on each "Seed Needs" packet!
The California bluebell is native to the deserts of California as the name would imply. Its blooms are a vibrant cobalt blue, and it is one of the few wildflower seeds that can grow in to a good cutflower. Darkness and shade are two important factors that can help California bluebell wild flower seed to germinate. Hot days and cold nights, in conjunction with full sun or partial shade provide the best growing conditions. It should be planted in well-drained soil, although it needs little water. This particiular wildflower can even grow in sandy type soil and still be productive. Grows best when planted in spring and in full sun in desert like areas; however, it responds well to normal rainfall and watering. It is best to start this wildflower seed outdoors because optimum temperatures are around 50 to 55 degrees for germination. Unless you like your house cold, plant outside! - California bluebells grow well directly outdoors from wildflower seeds. Sow about 1/16" deep before the last frost of spring. This annual wildflower grows very quickly and blooms very early in the spring and can reseed itself if seed falls onto bare ground. Will grow in all regions of North America, but is native to southwestern deserts. California bluebells and other Phacelia like to grow in sunny areas with a soil pH between 6.5 to 7. The soil type is not too important as stated above it can actually grow in sandy soil. Bluebells typically takes from 15 - 30 days for their wild flower seeds to germinate once the temperature reaches 50 to 55 degrees F.
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