Kiepenkerl Ganzania "Daybreak Red Stripe"
A stunning variety.
- Dazzlingly beautiful
- Annual variety
- Long, lush flowering period
The 'Daybreak Red Stripe' lives up to its name. It looks radiantly beautiful on a summer morning. The many yellow ray florets open further and further, changing as the sun rises higher and the day becomes warmer.
Red stripes support the impression of sunrays. The abundant flowering, early blooming plants have a long flowering period that lasts until frost.
This extraordinary breeding won the an internationally coveted Fleuroselect Gold Medal. The numerous flowers look beautiful in flower beds, rockeries, in bowls and vessels, window boxes and pots on the terrace.
|Sowing Schedule:||February, March|
|Planting Distance:||ca. 20 x 20 cm|
|Length of germination:||2 - 3 Weeks|
|Flowering Period:||May, June, July, August, September, October|
|Flower Color:||Yellow tones, Orange Colors|
|Where to plant:||Greenhouse|
|Content sufficient for approx::||10-30 plants|
|Available As::||One portion of seeds|
|Height of Growth::||0 to 30 cm|