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The Oxypetalu Southern Star Heavenly Blue Oxpetalum caeruleum displays a color rarely seen in flowers. The intense glacier blue 1 inch flowers are unlike anything youve ever seen. Even the buds are unique with their pale lavender color. The Southern Star also attracts hummingbirds. Heavenly Blue produces very decorative seed pods and they can be overwintered as a houseplant. They bloom mid summer to early fall.The Heavenly Blue prefers full sun and fairly rich garden soil. Deadheading the spent flowers before fruit set will prolong the bloom time. Plant after all danger of frost has passed. The Southern Star provides a most unusual cut flower. They also are great in patio containers or hanging baskets..
Oxypetalum Heavenly Blue Seeds
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Morning Glory Heavenly Blue Seeds

Morning Glory  Heavenly Blue Seeds

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The Morning Glory Heavenly Blue Ipomoea tricolor has glorious 4 to 5 inch sky blue flowers. They are called morning glory because blooms open in the cool of the morning. During the fall flowers open all day. The flowers of the Heavenly Morning Glory are 4 to 5 inches wide and are sky blue with a white throat.. They will bloom from summer until fall frost.The Heavenly Blue Morning Glory does not like to dry out so water frequently. Morning glories seem to bloom earlier and with more blooms when they are constricted to a pot. Plant in the spring after the last average frost date. Plants started too early are less vigorous than those started later. This excellent vine will cover fences and trellises grow as ground cover or hang in large baskets or pots.

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Flax Blue Seeds

Flax Blue Seeds

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The Flax Blue Lewisii Linum perenne Lewisii is a drought resistant sun loving graceful plant with clusters of sky-blue flowers that last 6 to 12 weeks. The pleasing 1/2 to 1 inch azure blue flowers appear on airy delicate gracefully arching branches. The blooms last one day but they are continually replaced by new ones. The Blue Flax blooms from late spring to late summer. They will bloom longer in cooler climates.The Lewissi Blue Flax requires full sun or very light shade. The flowers close near the end of day or when they are in the shade. Place them in well drained soil and after flowering shear back the plants. Plant in the spring after the last average frost date or 2 months before the first fall frost. Flax looks great when planted in mass and in rock gardens.

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Bachelor Button Blue Boy Seeds

Bachelor Button  Blue Boy Seeds

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The Bachelor Button Blue Boy Centaurea cyanus displays sky blue flowers that are attractive as cut or dried flowers. The Bachelor Button Blue Boy also known as Cornflower has other admirable traits including drought tolerance. Bachelor Button will naturalize the seed the plant drops. It readily comes back the next year to produce another crop of blue flowers. The flower size ranges from 1/2 to 1 inch wide with a sky blue color. Blue Boys bloom 10 to 12 weeks after seeding.Bachelor Button prefers full sun but will withstand some shade. They will perform admirably in poor soils and they do well in dry soils. Plant in early spring 1 to 2 weeks before the last frost. In warm climates plant in summer to early fall for winter bloom. Remove spent flowers to extend the bloom season and increase the flower size.

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Grass Blue Eyed Seeds

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The Grass Blue Eyed Sisyrinchium bellum is a delightful little Iris relative from the coast of California. The tufts of narrow upright bluish-green leaves lend a casual air to the flower bed or rock garden. They resemble an ornamental grass until constellations of bluish-purple star shaped flowers appear for several weeks in the spring. The Blue Eyed Grass blooms in early spring through early summer. They may rebloom in the fall.Blue Eyed Grass prefers well drained sandy soils. Plant them in full sun to light shade. They are somewhat drought tolerant but they like evenly moist soil. Plant in the early spring 2 to 4 weeks before the last average frost date or late summer/early fall. The Blue Eyed Grass is used in flower beds cottage gardens meadows or rock gardens where its self sowing habit and wandering ways are assets.

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Larkspur Shades of Blue Seeds

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The Larkspur Shades of Blue Consolida ambigua has tall spires of light medium and dark blue flowers. It is considered one of the best for cut and dried flower arrangements. The 1/4 to 1/2 inch blue colored flowers are densely packed on tall stems. The Shades of Blue Larkspur blooms in mid spring to early summer.The Larkspur prefer a cool location in full sun. They like moist rich well drained soil that is slightly alkaline. Plant in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Larkspur are excellent for cut or dried flowers and as backdrop plant in front of a fence or wall.

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Lavender Hidcote Blue Seeds

Lavender  Hidcote Blue Seeds

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The Lobelia Cambridge Blue Lobelia erinus is a low growing ground cover with soft clear light blue flowers massed over the top of the plant. The foliage is not often seen because of all the flowers which bloom from spring to fall. In mild winter areas Lobellia will grow and bloom during the winter. The light blue flowers are 1/4 inch tubular blooms. The Cambridge Blue catches your eye with dazzling vibrant color whether in a pot a rock garden a border or a basket.Cambridge Blue Lobelia prefers full sun. In extremely hot summer locations some afternoon shade is recommended. Place the Lobelia in fertile rich well drained soils and keep the soil moist. Plant in the spring after the last average frost date or late summer in warmer climates. Lobellia take a long time to germinate so consider starting them inside.

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Salvia Blue Victoria Seeds

Salvia  Blue Victoria Seeds

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The Blue Victoria Salvia Salvia farinacea is native to Texas and New Mexico. Lovely spikes of deep purple-blue flowers cover this dwarf variety. The 1/2 inch long flowers are clustered densely along upright stems which rise above the foliage. Blue Victoria Salvias bloom summer through fall. Place this flower in full sun and in average well drained garden soil for best results.Blue Victoria Salvias require moisture but not too much. The ideal soil condition is slightly dry. Do not over water or over fertilize. Over fertilization causes more vegetative growth and less flowers. More flowers will be produced if the plants are deadheaded often. Plant 2 weeks after the last frost where the Blue Victoria is an annual.

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