Cornflowers for the balcony
Cornflowers are a blessing. I can't imagine a garden without them. What hardly anyone knows: If you harvest its flowers regularly, it will delight you with repeated blooms for many months. The delicate petals of the cornflower are also edible - freshly plucked or dried.
The “Classic Romantic” variety is a cornflower mix in romantic rosé and white. Well-branched, long stems make this variety a perfect cut flower.
The "Classic Fantastic" variety is a classic cornflower mix with single and semi-double flowers in cool blue tones. They are sky blue, dark blue or bicolor blue and white and produce countless flowers on their well-branched stems all summer long.
The "Black Ball" variety is an almost black cornflower that gives pastel-colored beds the necessary depth and is an absolute eye-catcher both in the garden and in the vase.
The "Classic Magic" variety has exceptional flowers in purple, white and black and produces countless flowers on its well-branched stems all summer long.
Contents: 100 seeds
Sowing: indoors: February-August, outdoors: March-August, Cool Flower, requires cold stimulus to germinate
Basically, everything that you can plant in the garden also grows in large soil pots on the balcony - with good soil, lots of sun and sufficient care. The varieties that I have put together under the abbreviation “For the Balcony” are a little less delicate and will still delight you with their great flowering potential. They are perfect for smaller pots or even balcony boxes.