Lucinda Everlastings (Pink and White Everlastings seed) - 50g Pack (SEEDS)

Lucinda Everlastings (Pink and White Everlastings seed) - 50g Pack (SEEDS)

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Rhodanthe Chlorosephala ssp. Roseum (pink and white)

50g packets (15000 seeds)

A 50g packet of everlasting seed will cover an area of 50m2.

The contrasting beauty of pink and white, compliments any garden or wildflower use. Arguably the most popular native wildflower seed in Australia.

Key features of Everlasting Flowers: Water-wise, Bold and beautiful, Easy to grow with 100% germination rate, Australian native, they are not an environmental weed, Long flowering from July to November, depending on season, Self-seeding which do not require further plantings once established, Long lasting seed, is viable for at least 10 years.

Usage: Garden bed feature, Driveways, Pot plants, Road verges, Cut or dried flowers, A special gift or souvenir.

Everlastings will grow in most conditions. However, for optimal growth, ensure your seeds have the following two seedbed conditions: Reasonably well drained soil (not constantly water-logged) Access to sunlight (sunny for some part of the day) Everlastings will tolerate extremely cold weather, frost, moderate waterlogging, heat, coastal, tropical, and little sunlight conditions. It can be planted all year round, if irrigated in summer.

Weeds must be controlled for optimal germination and production. Weeds can be controlled either; manually by physically removing the weeds, or chemically, using a knockdown herbicide such as glyphosate, before the everlasting seeds are planted. After germination, a grass selective can be lightly sprayed to control grass weeds.

Everlastings thrive with the use of a good all-purpose fertiliser. If your soil is deficient in any nutrient, also consider the application of trace elements. However, everlastings will also remain productive in limiting conditions, without the use of any fertiliser at all.

When seed is applied to the seedbed, it should be left on the surface or lightly covered by soil with a rake. Seed can then be pressed into the soil (by rolling or trampling), to create good seed-soil contact. Sowing depth should be no greater than 5mm into the seedbed.Seed should be sown at a rate of 1 gram per 1 m2. Therefore 10g will cover a 10m2 area. Can be planted all year, if irrigated.