Rosettes of dark evergreen foliage, with blue daisy balls on stalks above the foliage in summer.
||6" (to 12" in bloom)
||give 8 weeks cold, then germinate at room temperature
detailed seed-starting info below
|Seed ripens||early July||
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Susan||Sep 26, 2004||Globularia meridionalis seed available?
This site is magnificent!!!!!!!!!|
|Joan Erlanger||Dec 18, 2018||What medium did you use for stratification? Would 1/2 peat 1/2 sand work?
These germination trials were done in baggies, as described here. So medium=paper. I guess a peat/sand mixture would work as well.
- Seed from '01 trade. Baggy 35F(6w)-70F(40%G, 4-27d)
- Same seed as above. Baggy 35F (8w)-70F(55%G, 3-20d)
- Seed from '03 garden. Baggy 35F(8w)-70F(65+%G, 6-9d)
- Seed from '06 garden. Baggy 35F (8w) - 70F (80%G, 2-6d)
- Seed from '06 garden. Baggy 35F (8w) - 70F (90%G, 3-6d)
- Seed from '06 garden. Baggy 35F (8w) - 70F (70%G, 2-5d)
Slow-growing seedlings, start early.
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