Closed / Bottle Gentian Gentiana Andrewsii Blue Purple Flower Seeds
Bottle Gentian blooms look like large buds, waiting to burst open. Opening only slightly, blooms are deep blue and large. Flowers have long stems, and are extremely beautiful as cut flowers and in arrangements! Mature plants will self-seed, creating a colony. This plant can be grown in regular soil or slightly boggy soils.
Name: Bottle Gentian Other Common Names: Closed Gentian / Gall Flower / Sampson's Snakeroot / Blind Gentian / Cloistered Heart Scientific Name: Gentiana Andrewsii Color: Bluish Purple Shades on Flowers That Never Open Plant Seeds: 70f 1m / 30f 1m / 50f Bloom Time: Aug - Oct Hardiness Zone: 3 - 6 Plant Height: 12 - 24" Plant Spacing: 9 - 12" Light Requirements: Sun - Part Shade Soil & Water Preferences: Average Other: the Bottle Gentian Has Clusters of Bottle-shaped Flowers That Never Open.