Cherry Red Kimono, Celosia Seeds

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Cherry Red Kimono, Celosia Seeds

Cherry Red Kimono is a uniform, dense flower that makes beautiful containers. Cherry Red Kimono Celosia is ideal for extending the season and offers beautiful cut red flowers. Kimono series is available in multiple colors that Urban Farmer offers.
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Packet: 100 seeds
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Days To Maturity (# Days): 90-120
Botanical Name
Botanical Name: Celosia argentea plumosa nana

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Botanical Name

Celosia argentea plumosa nana

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100 seeds

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Growing Instructions

Learning Download: How to Grow Citronella

Citronella, also known as Mosquito Plant, is used to grow along a border or to add different heights and textures in the garden. By crushing one of the plant’s leaves and rubbing it against the skin, it produces a wonderful scent that also keeps mosquitoes away.

Before Planting: Plant Citronella in the spring after all danger of frost has passed. A good rule of thumb is to plant Citronella at about the same time you plant tomatoes outside.

Planting: Citronella can be planted in the garden or in patio containers.

Watering: When watering, be sure to water around the base of the plant to prevent water damage to the foliage.

Fertilizer: Feed the plant regularly with an all-purpose fertilizer.

Days to Maturity: Citronella will bloom all summer long. Note that the leaves will only ward off mosquitoes when crushed.

Harvesting: Citronella makes an excellent addition to a cut-flower bouquet as it might aid in holding the other flowers in the bouquet in place better.

Tips: Citronella likes full sun, and if it doesn’t receive enough light it will become lanky. Cut it back and move to a better area with full sun next year so that it will grow back in a better shape.

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