Nonea Lutea

Nonea luteaLatin name

Nonea Common name

Formerly listed as Myosotis australis. Myriads of brilliant yellow Forget-me-Not like flowers which form a marvellous ground cover and persist for years if allowed to seed. Rather lovely and a seldom recognized plant. 6-8".

How to Grow Nonea from Seed

Nonea is sweet little plant that provides a colourful display when very little else is in flower. The small, green cushion of foliage is fairly unimpressive until autumn when it starts to grow, producing countless buds by late winter that eventaually open into delightful Primrose-like flowers providing a long-lasting display into the early spring.

Nonea seeds are best sown directly into the ground during the spring. However they can be sown in late winter or early spring in gentle warmth of around 15-20°C. Germination times are varialble and erratic.

Prick out into indoor sown seedlings into 3 inch pots when they are large enough to handle and plant into their final position once the plants are established.

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£2.50

Item Code: 1974

Variety: Lutea

Type: Hardy Perennial

Packet Contains: 20 Seeds

Sow: January - April

Germination: Up to 120 days

Harvest: October, November

In stock? Yes

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