Freesia, flowers, bouquet , purple , lavender colored , calendula , wildflower

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Freesia, flowers, bouquet , purple , lavender colored , calendula , wildflower

By Bonnie L. Grant The delicate, fragrant freesia is an outstanding corm with its colorful blooms and erect foliage. When a freesia won’t bloom, it can be frustrating but there are several possible reasons for this, and many of them can be easily corrected. No flowers on a freesia may stem from cultural, situational or physical causes. Some tips on how to get blooms on freesia can help you get on your way to growing these scented beauties. Why Won’t My Freesia Bloom? You’ve done everything right. You planted your freesia corms in well-draining soil, in full sun in spring, and they didn’t experience any hard freezes. Now you are asking, “Why won’t my freesia bloom.” Freesias are native to South Africa and prefer things hot and dry. In some regions, the conditions after planting are extremely wet due to spring rains. This can slow or even stop sprout production,

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