Magic Ball Mix mimulus, MONKEY Flowers seed
Enhance your garden with the Mimulus Seeds and Magic Ball Mix. Get seeds that are bred to withstand harsh climates, perfect for growing in multiple conditions. Create a colorful addition to your garden that can thrive for many seasons with this mix.
Magic Ball Mix mimulus seeds grow one of summer's most unique and exotic bedding, mounding, and hanging plants. Magic Ball Mix seeds promise elegant 2 inch bicolored tube-shaped mimulus blooms with rich and exciting petals in a mix of canary, peach, carmine, ivory, fuchsia, beige, and magenta.
Magic Ball Mix mimulus seeds are perfect for growing in shaded porches, window sills, or adding color around the base of a leafy summertime deciduous. Magic Ball Mix mimulus seeds are an international favorite said by many to grow "monkey-faced" blooms that will delight your home and garden all season long.
Sow Magic Ball Mix mimulus indoors 12-14 weeks before final frost date because seeds are slow to reach maturity. Seeds are also slow to germinate and will require 10-21 days with full lighting. Once germinated, move to sunny window spacing or fluorescent grow light until four true leaves have developed. Transplant to a shaded indoor spot or harden off and transplant to a similar partially shaded spot in the garden. Plant 3-4 Magic Ball Mix mimulus seeds ¼ inch deep and 8-10 inch apart in Organically-rich, consistently moist, and well-drained soil in partial sun to partial shade. Magic Ball Mix is native to hot and humid climates and will perform poorly in dry, arid gardens with poor soil. Mimulus has no serious pests or diseases. Magic Ball Mix mimulus seeds mature in 126-168 days as compact 8-12 inch bushy mounds with a 10 inch wide spread covered in dense 2 inch bicolored blooms in a mix of canary, peach, carmine, ivory, fuchsia, beige, and magenta. Magic Ball Mix mimulus seeds grow a rare edible variety in which the leaves have a slight bitter note as if a cross between sage and mint and the blossoms may be treated like any other edible blossom such as for cooking, frying, or accenting raw salads.