1 years to reach maturity
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Floss Flower 'Blue Mink' Overview
Ageratum houstonianum 'Blue Mink' is a mound-forming, half-hardy annual cultivar from the Asteraceae family. It produces downy, oval, bright green leaves and clusters of fluffy, azure blue flowers from summer, these tend to last until the first frosts in autumn. These are popular with pollinators and this plant has a bushy habit, growing slightly taller, with a slightly less compact habit compared to other cultivars.
Common problems with Floss Flower 'Blue Mink'
How to propagate Floss Flower 'Blue Mink'
The seeds are usually started indoors and set out as transplants after all danger of frost has passed.
Special features of Floss Flower 'Blue Mink'
Attracts useful insects
Other uses of Floss Flower 'Blue Mink'
Popular boarder bedding and as part of summer container displays, partners well red Salvia. A good cut flower and suitable for drying.