Pennie black baby blue eyes

Pennie black baby blue eyes Pennie black baby blue eyes
Pennie black baby blue eyes:  With their white edging, the purple, almost black flowers of Nemophila
Penny Black have an elegant look.

Penny black baby blue eyes thrive in a cool maritime climate.
Plants will die if the weather is too hot and humid. Planted six inches apart, the ground hugging plants may
be used for edging or temporary ground cover.

The plants adapt well to containers and hanging baskets, where they flower all summer long.
Penny black baby blue eyes thrive best when soil does not dry out.

Include this easy yet handsome annual in a black flower garden. The deep lobed leaves have a delicate fern-like appearance.

These plants will grow well in full sun as long as the soil is kept moist.
In warmer regions, it will benefit from partial or dappled shade.

Penny black baby blue eyes must have good drainage; a light, sandy loam is best.
Transplant plants into the garden after the last frost.
Space 6 to 9 inches apart. Nemophila readily reseeds itself in the garden.

This plant does well in a garden setting. It belongs to an annual group.
The plant grows to about 8 inches high with a width of 20 centimetres.

The plant flowers in summer. The flowers are saucer-shaped, deep purple to black with scalloped white edges, solitary flowers on long stems.

Leaf attributes are deeply, pinnately lobed leaves on succulent stems.
These flowers need plenty of light with full sun to partial shade.
Plant in a well drained , fertile soil. Add a complete organic fertilizer when planting.

Sow seeds in spring.or fall , or start indoors early spring.
Germination will normally occur within 10-14 days. Harden seedlings off and plant outdoors after last frost.

Pests and diseases:
There may be possible problems with powdery mildew, downy mildew and aphids.

 Pennie black baby blue eyes

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