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Scabiosa caucasica, S. columbaria, S. japonica var. alpina

Fama Deep Blue perennial scabiosa is easy to grow, provides  plenty of cut flowers. PR00029

FAMA DEEP BLUE Scabiosa Seeds

Scabiosa caucasica

Largest, darkest blue scabiosa. Giant 4 inch flowers on long 12 inch stems from midsummer into fall. They are long-lasting cut flowers. Easy to grow plants reach 20 inches tall; tolerate heat, humidity, and drought. 'Fama Deep Blue' ranks with Echinacea 'Magnus Superior' as one of the finest performing garden perennials. Winter hardy to zone 4.

10 Seeds: $3.99 QTY:
House's Hybrids scabiosa - Perennial Flower Seeds. PR01017

HOUSE'S HYBRIDS Scabiosa Seeds

Scabiosa caucasica

Produces a continuous supply of large, 3 inch pincushion type flowers on long, wiry stems from June right up until frost. They attract butterflies and are superb for cutting. Colors include shades of lavender, light to deep blue and silver-white. Grows 2-3 feet tall. Winter hardy to zone 3.

25 Seeds: $3.99 QTY:
Blue Note scabiosa - Perennial Flowers Seeds. PR01239

BLUE NOTE Scabiosa Seeds

Scabiosa columbaria

The best dwarf, blue flowered scabiosa from seed. Full, low growing, compact plants freely produce large, 2 inch flowers atop 8-10 inch stems from June to October. They are excellent for cutting. 'Blue Note' thrives in containers or at the front of mixed borders. Combines beautifully with 'Diamond Pink' scabiosa. A winter hardy perennial to zone 5.

25 Seeds: $2.49 QTY:
Diamond Pink scabiosa - Perennial flower seeds. PR10997

DIAMOND PINK Scabiosa Seeds

Scabiosa japonica var. alpina

Genetically dwarf, heavy blooming, 12 inch tall plants, spread to 18 inches across, and produce soft pink flowers the first year from June to September. Winter hardy to zones 5 and above, Diamond Pink can be grown as an annual in zones 4 and below.

25 Seeds: $2.49 QTY:

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How to Plant SCABIOSA Seeds

Sow seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil but do not cover. Needs light to germinate. Kept at 70° F., germination is in 10-20 days for Scabiosa caucasica and 21-40 days for scabiosa ochroleuca. Can direct sow into prepared seed beds in groups of 3-4 seeds, spaced 12-18 inches apart. Thin to the strongest plant.
Comments: Full sun, part shade in hottest climates. Moderate to regular water. Flowers attract bees, butterflies and are excellent for cutting. Plants resist deer and rabbits.

Scabiosa flower illustration from 1867.