Compact Lobelia Seeds|
Trailing Lobelia Seeds
14 Lobelia Seed Varieties from 2 Outstanding Series.
Individual Trailing Lobelia Varieties:
- Lobelias produce delicate, showy blooms all summer long.
- Compact Lobelias are a perfect choice for garden beds and containers.
- Trailing Lobelias look excellent in hanging baskets and borders.
COMPACT LOBELIA SEEDS
Grow Compact Lobelias in Garden Beds and Containers.
RIVIERA SERIES Compact Lobelia Seeds
Compact, early and heavy flowering, extremely showy, 4-6 inch tall plants. They stay tidy and flower continuously throughout the summer and are great choices for beds, borders, bowls, and containers. Likes full sun in mild summer areas and part shade where it is hot.
TRAILING LOBELIA SEEDS
Grow Trailing Lobelias for Spectacular Hanging Baskets and Borders.
REGATTA SERIES Trailing Lobelia Seeds
A superior, quick blooming trailing variety (up to 3-4 weeks earlier than other trailing lobelias), 'Regatta' series lobelias do not produce grassy centers and continue to look good and flower heavily all summer. Grows to 5 inches tall and 15 inches wide. They are superb performers in hanging baskets or borders.
REGATTA ROSE Trailing Lobelia Seeds
Rose colored flowers with large white eyes. A Fleuroselect Novelty Award winner.
REGATTA MIX Trailing Lobelia Seeds
A colorful formula mix of flowers (including attractive bicolor blooms) in shades of blue, lilac, rose and white.
TRAILING SAPPHIRE Trailing Lobelia Seeds
Trailing to 8 inches long (and 5 inches high), the plants produce deep blue blooms with white eyes. This is a wonderful choice for edging, containers or hanging baskets.
CASCADE MIX Trailing Lobelia Seeds
A wonderful blend of 'Cascade' types with bright, 3/4 inch flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose, white and red. Flowers from summer until frost. Trails to 1.5 feet across.
How to Plant LOBELIA Seeds
Use a sterilized packaged soil mix, then sow seed as thinly as possible in cell packs or flats, pressing lightly into soil but do not cover. Kept at 70° F., germination averages 20 days. Transplant in small clumps of seedlings, after all danger of frost, 6 inches apart.