Goth Garden Flower Mix
A fascinating mix of dark, intricately-shaped flowers
A fascinating mix of dark, intricately-shaped flowers inspired by Medieval European art and architecture. Grow your very own Gothic cathedral with blood-red Celosia's ribbed vaults and the delicate stained-glass petals of Scabiosa; your hard work will attract a devout following of butterflies and bees. And don't forget to add a garden gargoyle for good measure.
This flower mix includes: Dracula Celosia, Black Knight Scabiosa, Black Button Centaurea, Dianthus barbatus var 'Sooty' and Nemophila Penny Black. Let your inner Wednesday Addams delight in these velvety black, plum, and burgundy blooms.
|Art Pack (250 seeds)||$6.49||In Stock | Packed for 2024|
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Shallowly sow seeds indoors in individual pots, 1-2 per cell. For best results, start in late winter, 6-8 weeks before last frost. As the sprouts put on their first true leaves, you will be able to distinguish them from each other. Transplant outdoors after threat of frost is past, making sure to plant a good mix of seedlings for balanced bouquets. The tall plants may require some staking and support to remain upright and produce the best quality flowers. If started in winter for spring transplant, the full mix will bloom within the first year; any later and Dianthus 'Sooty' will bloom in the following year, with the rest of the mix blooming in year one.
|Days to Maturity||80 days|
|Spacing in Row||8"|
|Spacing Between Rows||8"|
|Height at Maturity||varies|
|Width at Maturity||varies|
|Sun Preference||Full Sun|
Artist Megan Buccere draws on inspiration from her home town of Zachary, Louisiana. This circular acrylic painting incorporates her love of botanical illustration, animal portraiture, and surreal settings with elements of the occult.