Alaska Seeds: Maltese Cross
Maltese Cross Flower Seeds: A Burst of Fiery Passion
Illuminate Your Garden with Radiant Red
Historic Beauty: The Maltese Cross Flower, known scientifically as Lychnis chalcedonica, is a timeless classic. Its vibrant red flowers have been a garden favorite for centuries.
Easy to Grow: Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, the Maltese Cross Flower is forgiving and easy to cultivate. Its hardy nature means it thrives in various conditions.
Attention-Grabbing Blooms: Standing tall and proud, the clusters of bright red flowers not only add color but also draw beneficial insects to your garden.
Perfect for Borders: With its height and vibrant hue, it makes an excellent choice for borders, adding depth and contrast to garden layouts.
Alaska Planting Guide:
- Starting Point: Sow seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost.
- Outdoor Transition: Once seedlings are sturdy and frost is no more, transplant them outdoors.
- Spacing: Plant them about 12-18 inches apart in a sunny or partially shaded spot.
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Herbaceous Perennial: Zones 3-10
Perfect for the cottage garden design
Start indoors or sow directly into the soil 1/8″
Attracts butterflies and hover flies
Roughly 100 seeds per packets