Ageratum (Ageratum Mexicanum Blue) - Ageratum flowers are large with powder-puff heads and a soft blue in color. These annuals establish from flower seeds, and they grow to about 12 inches tall. Ageratum Floss Flower is wonderful and an old-fashioned favorite for container planting or edging borders.
Ageratum (Ageratum Mexicanum Mix) - This Ageratum flower seed mix includes colors of pink, blue and pure white that blend nicely together. These annual flowers can be established by sowing Ageratum seeds indoors and transplanting after danger of frost.
Yellow Ageratum (Lonas Inodora) - What a spectacular display of golden-yellow color for the summer! Easily grown from flower seeds, this unique variety has dense clusters of golden-yellow button-like flowers. Start some Ageratum seeds today and enjoy this old-fashioned favorite all summer long.
|Planting Ageratum Seed|
|Start the Ageratum flower seeds indoors 6 - 8 weeks before the end of frost season. Transplant outdoors after danger of frost. For areas with a long growing season, Ageratum seeds can be started directly outdoors in a prepared seedbed after all danger of frost has passed. Blooms are extraordinarily long-lived, dead heading is necessary, yet infrequent.|