Delphiniums are absolutely spectacular. Flowers bloom early June through late fall. Being a perennial you get to enjoy their stunning beauty each year. They are recommended to start indoors about 8 weeks before last spring frost to get a head start on these beauties, otherwise you can plant outside when temps reach 70 degrees.
There is nothing more rewarding than a garden full of delphiniums. Good companions are peonies, lupines, daisies, and roses. Delphiniums are used extensively for fresh cut flowers, bouquets, and floral arrangements. Blooms Early June through late fall. Perennial in zone 3-7 Attracts bees and butterflies to the garden.
Full sun, fertile soil. Fertilize regularly.
The seedlings should have two or more pairs of true leaves before they are transplanted outdoors. When they’re ready for transplanting, harden off your seedlings by putting the seed trays outside in a sheltered area for about a week. Plant them in the flower bed with a spacing of at least 18 inches. Delphinium is a heavy feeder. As with all seeds its advised to do research for your specific area about best planting dates and growing environment possible to have the best harvest.
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