Fressia bulb mix (set of 5 bulbs )
About Freesia bulb
Beautiful, delicate, and fragrant freesias blossom. This flower enhances the beauty of the garden.
A common spring flowering bulb, freesias create cheery, vibrant blooms with a pleasant aroma. Freesia is difficult to resist due to its numerous colour variations and seductive floral scent.
Freesias make lovely cut flowers that last a long time in the vase. They have up to eight trumpet-shaped, upward-pointing blossoms on leafless stems.
Common Name - Freesia
Fressia Heights - Up to 2 feet
Flower Colour - Random color.
Bloom Time - Spring ( March to May)
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
Planting and care
- When the earth (soil )seems dry to the touch, water a plant.
- Try to water the plants in the morning between 8 and 10 a.m. (this doesn't make sense. Please elaborate)
- Water the plants thoroughly in the summer and less frequently in the winter and during the rainy season.
- Discard any plant pieces that are diseased, dead, or otherwise damaged in the rubbish can.
- Use organic fertiliser to fertilise the plant during the planting and growing season.
- Check the bulbs frequently while keeping them out of direct sunlight in a cool, dry location.
Freesia Double care
- Freesia bulbs can be planted in late summer or early winter.
- Plant the bulbs in full sun or light shade, in well-drained, moderately fertile soil.
- Loosen the soil and incorporate compost into it before planting to improve its fertility.
- The bulbs should be planted 5 cm deep and at least 7-8 cm apart.
- Place the bulb in the opening, pointed end facing up.
- After planting, completely bury the bulb in dirt and water it.
- Use the following ratio of potting soil when planting bulbs: 1 Perlite, compost, and garden soil
Sunlight - Full to partial sunlight
Watering - Moderately
Soil. - Well drained and fertile soil.
Temperature - 20 to 35 degrees C
Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer in the soil before planting bulbs.
Freesia Double special feature
Attractive and fragrant flower
Planted in masses or groups in beds, borders, rock gardens, and long walks.
Mixes well with other summer or spring flowering bulbs.
How many bulbs in a pot can be planted -
Plant 5 corms to a pot around 11cm (4in).