The new tissue culture colors combine sharp, solid colors and big panicles.
Japanese-bred Limonium sinuata are suitable for bouquets and solid bunches. They can be dried, and will keep the color intact for a long period of time. High-quality strong stems, bright flower colors, high productivity and many flushes are the main characteristics. Dressed in lavish colors, the flowers are firmly packed in the stem. This series is an essential and fantastic 'filler' for bouquets, corsages and other flower arrangements.
Perennial 13-15 weeks to start production. depending on the variety.
6 plants /sq-m.net (1 plant /sqft. net)
Soil: Well drained, loose soil with no clusters. At. least 25 cms (10 in) deep.PH: 5.0 to 6.0.Netting: Acording to plant growth.
Soft pinch when the first stem is induced.. Be careful not to pinch too low because the stem can. open and rot and cause sanitary problems.
Maintain constant moisture (field capacity) in the first 6 weeks. Keep irrigation at 50% during production. Irrigate preferable in the morning to avoid humid plants during the night. Avoid excessive irrigation.
In vegetative stage N:K can be 2:1. In reproductive. stage N:K can be 1:2. Excessive fertilization results in smaller flower panicle and less solid bunch.EC: 1-1.2.
Cut at 60 % of flower aperture.
Clean water with bactericide.
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