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Colorful blue, double flowers on tall 3-foot plants bloom all season. Very easy to grow. It is a self-seeding annual, so you will not have to replant. Bachelor's Buttons were brought to America in the 17th century.
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What are the pros? Vibrant, Easy
What are the cons? None
These babies withstood my gopher whom ate most of my other flower seeds. They grew easily and are delicate, beautiful 2 1/2 in blooms. Beautiful.
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By Jill A
26 May 2014
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My first Blue Boy just popped up and bloomed, and not only is the color a welcome dash in my cottage garden, but the foliage is light gray-green, too. An extra note of contrast to all the medium greens and darks is a definite plus. I'm in 8b, and all i did was toss the seed into my mix of roses and established perennials as soon as we reached the frost-free date this year. I'd recommend following the directions, of course, but this is an easy germination choice, in addition to the charm of its coloring.
By paint and books
3 Jun 2012
8 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
Probably the easiest flower to grow. It reseeds on its own for annual return. It prefers to germinate in colder soil so sow in late winter or even fall. Reminds me of my grandma who spoke of it growing wild in the fields near her childhood home in Germany. Spectacular blue color too.
21 May 2012
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