Funnel winch Split Second Double
This wonderful, disheveled, playful climbing plant only looks very similar to the known and conventional winds! Heart-shaped leaves and large, peony-like flowers on clinging tendrils create a fantastically easy-care flower wall in summer.
- an unusual funnel winch
- large pink peony-like flowers
- hard-working climber
- Height 1.8 m
- Clinging tendrils quickly create a fantastic flower wall in summer
July – September
Instructions for use
Soak the seeds overnight in lukewarm water, then sow 6 mm deep in well-drained soil. Place containers in a room greenhouse or close them in a plastic bag and keep them at a temperature of 20 – 25 ° C until germination, which usually takes place after 7 – 30 days. Light promotes germination.
Store cool and dry!
February – May
If the seedlings are big enough to touch, transplant them into 13 cm pots with clayey garden soil. Let it continue to grow for 10 – 15 days in cooler, bright conditions, and then, when there is no longer any risk of frost, release it outdoors at intervals of 30 cm. For indoor plants, sow in 20 cm pots with multi-purpose soil. Place in a bright place but protect from direct sun. Remove withers regularly to promote new flower growth.
approx. 10 seeds