L’poet eyelet or grommet barbatus perfectly adorns the massive and planters with beautiful colors.
In short, that’you should know:
Name : Dianthus barbatus
Family : Caryophyllaceae
Type : Biennial
Height : 20 to 40 cm
Exposure : Sunny and part shade
Ground : Well drained, ordinary
Sowing: May to August
Flowering : May to September
Planting, seeding of’poet eye:
Although sow’poet eye:
L’eye of the poet is sown in late spring or summer for the flowering’following year.
- Sow on the fly without covering the seeds that need light
- Drizzle with light rain up’the lifting without flooding your seedlings’carnations poets
- The removal usually takes place one week after sowing
- Transplant the’eyelet poet to’autumn Outdoors by spacing d’twenty cm
- Allow your eyes to’outdoors during the’winter
Please note that your poet eye will need’a sufficient sunlight to bloom, at least 3 to 4 hours a day.
Maintenance of’poet eye:
L’poet eyelet calls little care once that’it is installed. Some gesture will help you improve and prolong flowering.
- Cut flowers wilted in as this stimulates’emergence of new flowers
- Turning off the faded flowers as permits’have a slight increase in late season
- Water only in case of prolonged drought
Namely on’poet eye:
Originating’Northern Europe and’Asia, we appreciate’eye of the poet for its beautiful flowers forming beautiful colorful bouquets but also for its leaves and stems that make it a perfect flower bouquet.
Its flowers are streaked and rarely united enough, offering pink and white, purple and cream, fuchsia and pink or purple and black.
Malignant Council about the poet's eyes:
The flowers’poet eyes are prone to rust. To avoid this, change your’location every year.
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