Balsam Single - Desi Flower Seeds
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Balsam flower resemble with mini roses thickly spaced petals and tones. The seed packet contains 50 seeds.
The balsam plant has a soft, fleshy stem; and spirally arranged long pointed leaves.
|Seeds per Packet||50|
|Common Name||Balsam, Touch-Me-Not, Garden Balsam, Rose Balsam, impatiens|
|Height||20 to 70 cm|
|Bloom Time||Summer to fall|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to grow|
Planting And Care:
- Watering should be done when Soil feels dry
Balsam Single Care:
- Propagate by seed - Balsam is a prolific self-sower
- After one season of growth, it generally reappears from self-sown seeds the next year
- After frost has passed, scatter seeds where desired, or sow seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost
- Do not cover the seeds with soil, as they need light to germinate
- Until the seeds germinate, cover the seed trays with clear plastic to maintain high humidity
- Water from below to prevent damping off
- Germination temperature: 65 F to 70 FDays to emergence: 7 to 14
|Sunlight||Full Sun, Partial Sun|
|Soil||moist and well-drained soil|
|Temperature||20 to 30 degree C|
|Fertilizer||Use any organic fertilizer|
|Harvest Season||Summer to fall|
Balsam Single Special Feature:
Discovered in South East Asia, Balsam is an old-fashioned annual that produces single or double flowers in the leaf axils along the main stem of the plant from summer to early autumn. A great bedding annual plant.
Balsam Single Uses:
- Balsam plant is used as a hedge plant
- Leaves and young shoots - cooked