Lobelia erinus.C11

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Lobelia is an herbaceous ground cover that spills its intense blue little flowers, making trully blue carpets.

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Lobelia Erinus is an annual or biannual plant, it is evergreen and belongs to the herbaceous family and the campanulaceae group.

There are different colors, white, pink, even red, however the one we know best is blue violet.

They should be planted in a rich and moist substrate, without waterlogging, and a fertilizer is good for them, a liquid being to encourage their flowering and to make them stronger, for example, the flower plants fertilizer.

It can be reproduced by seeds at the end of autumn and by cuttings or semi-mature stems in autumn.

She herself removes withered flowers.

In very dry places it can be affected by Mites. In areas with low humidity (less than 35%) it is advisable to wet the foliage once a week or every 10 days to avoid spiders. In very hot times it can break down, having to replace them after the heat.

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Lobelia is an herbaceous ground cover that spills its intense blue little flowers, making trully blue carpets.

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