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Cutting Ageratum

Ageratum houstonianum. Also known as the Floss Flower, Cutting Ageratum is much loved in summer cutting gardens because of the brilliant lavender-blue, rose and purple colors and the fuzzy texture that it brings to bouquets. It should be started indoors 6 to 8 weeks before transplanting out later in full to partial sunlight. Bee friendly. Deer resistant. Annual. Summer flowering. Height: 24".

Average seed life: 4 years.

Everest Blue Cutting Ageratum

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Everest Blue has large clusters of little bright lavender-blue flowers that hold their color from summer’s first fuzzy bloom through fall’s first frost. It can be pinched for wider plant spread and more uniform stem length.

One packet of about 100 seeds
Catalog #7001
$3.85
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Gardening Tips

Cutting Ageratum Sowing Instructions
Planting Depth
:0”
Seed Spacing:8”-10”
Plant Spacing:12”-18”
Days to Germination: 7-14 days
Germination Temperature:65°-75°F

Ageratum houstonianum, the Floss Flower. Cutting Ageratum should be started indoors 6 to 8 weeks before transplanting out after all danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds on top of soil mix, leaving the seeds uncovered but pressed firmly onto the soil surface, as light aids germination. Provide even moisture, strong light and luke warm water. Prepare a garden bed in full to partial sunlight with rich, well-draining soil. Harden off the seedlings by gradually acclimating them outside over 1 to 2 weeks. Carefully transplant them 8" to 12" apart. To encourage branching, pinch back the young plants at 8" tall. Keep them well-watered. Water at soil level only. For the best vase life, cut them once the fuzzy central flower cluster has opened and the side buds are showing pink color. Summer flowering.

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