BLUE FLOWERS PLANTS - BLUE FLOWERS

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Blue Flowers Plants


blue flowers plants
    blue flowers
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blue flowers plants - Blue Flower
Blue Flower Garden x 26 Plants
Blue Flower Garden x 26 Plants

Blue Flower Garden x 26 Plants

A fine garden of bare root plants and tubers in heavenly shades of blue blooming from June until
late September. The flowering starts with the Blue Anemone Fokker and ends with the Heirloom
Michaelmas Daisies Blue Boy. The hardy plants in this collection will re-appear easily for years to
come.

Fragrant Cutflowers from May until October
Suitable for Rocky Gardens
Hardy (0F)
Spreads out over the years
Prefers Well Drained Soil
Full grown size: 8 - 80 ''
Non edible, part(s) of plant are toxic
Offer Comprises:

10 Anemone coronaria Mr. Fokker (3/4 cm)
3 Aster dumosus 'Wood's Blue' (Bare Root)
10 Brodiaea laxa Queen Fabiola (4/5 cm)
2 Delphinium 'Pacific Giants' (Bare Root)
1 Iris barbatus Metal Blue (Bare Root)

77% (10)
Blue flower of cichorium intybus
Blue flower of cichorium intybus
Common chicory, Cichorium intybus, is an erect, somewhat woody, perennial herbaceous plant with bright blue flowers. Various varieties are cultivated for salad leaves, chicons (blanched buds), or for roots (var. sativum), which are baked, ground, and used as a coffee substitute and additive. It is also grown as a forage crop for livestock. It lives as a wild plant on roadsides in its native Europe, and in North America and Australia, where it has become naturalized. Common chicory is also known as blue sailors, succory, and coffeeweed. It is also called cornflower, although that name is more commonly applied to Centaurea cyanus. Common names for varieties of var. foliosum include endive, radicchio, Belgian endive, French endive, red endive, sugarloaf or witloof.
Blue Balloon Flower
Blue Balloon Flower
This beautiful Blue Balloon flower was captured at my grandmothers home in Cumberland R.I. They are such a beautiful flower and one of my fav :-) Info: Platycodon grandiflorus is a species of perennial flowering plant of the family Campanulaceae and the only member of the genus Platycodon (from Greek "??????????", meaning 'a broad bell'). This species is known as platycodon or Chinese bellflower. Depending upon the region, it is also referred to as the Japanese bellflower, common balloon flower, or balloon flower. It is native to East Asia (such as China, Korea, Japan, and East Siberia) and bears big blue flowers, although varieties with white and pink flowers are in cultivation. In Korea, white flowers are more common.

blue flowers plants
blue flowers plants
PASSIFLORA caerula Blue Passion flower 15 Plus Seeds
Probably the best known of the 500 different Passion flowers It's greenish-white flower petals are covered with numerous blue, white and purple rays of the corola. The leaves are deeply five lobed Extremely fast growing vine that may grow up to 30ft a season. This is one of the hardiest passion flowers, dying back in colder climates but hardy to 10F. It will regrow from roots the following year. In warmer climates without much frost, the vine will grow and bloom throughout the year Likes lots of water, moist soil, and prefers a humid environment but will tolerate almost anything outside of desert conditions Easy to grow in a container or the ground, but support must be provided. Propagation: Almost always grown from seeds, but can be propagated by cuttings. Bottom heating the seeds at 70-80F can result in germination at 1-2 weeks, at lower temperatures seeds can take up to 10 weeks to germinate. Likes full sun The fruits are also edible. They aren't very tasty raw, but they have a vaguely blackberry-like flavor and can be substituted in blackberry pie recipes

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