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Tartar Discomfiture 100 seeds

Tartar Discomfiture 100 seeds

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Tartar Discomfiture, once mistakenly classified as a kind of pimple, is a plant that fits perfectly into various dry compositions. It can also be used to decorate garden beds. Most importantly, it is easy to grow and medium-demanding, so it can be recommended even to a less experienced gardener.Name: Tatar zaprwian, staticeLatin name: Goniolimon tataricum, formerly Limonium tataricum Life form: perennialHeight: It is a fairly short plant, it grows to an average height of 30-40 cm.Type of flowers: Small flowers are arranged in paniculate inflorescences along the shoots.Flower color: whiteFlowering period: The plant begins flowering only in the second growing year, and blooms all summer, usually from June to the end of September.Foliage: Forms large, blade-shaped, long leaves gathered at the bottom of the stem in a leaf rosette.Habit: upright, bushy - a leaf rosette grows strongly branching at the top stem ending with a paniculate inflorescence.Application: The Tartar poison offered in our garden shop is recommended for growing in flower beds, in rock gardens and naturalistic gardens. However, it is an ideal species for many flower arrangements, wreaths or bouquets - the cut and dried inflorescence is very long and stays well (it is important that the inflorescences are harvested at incomplete maturity in warm and sunny weather).Frost resistance: The plant is resistant to frost, it perfectly tolerates very low temperatures on a permeable substrate.Position: The best place for cultivation is sunny, fairly warm and airy position with fertile, well-drained, rich, calcareous and moderately dry soil. This species does not like very compact substrates.Spacing: It is recommended to place plants at a distance of 25 x 30 cm.

The package contains 0.2 g of seeds.

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