Cutting Back Lobelia When Should I Prune My Lobelia Plants
When to Trim Lobelia Pinch back newly emerging stems when they are about six inches long. Pinch newly planted lobelia when they recover from transplan...
Lobelia Browning Why Lobelia Plants Turn Brown
Lobelias don't care for heat or drought; their transport tissues aren't designed to function under extreme heat so leaves often brown and curl up from...
Annual Lobelia Plant How To Grow Lobelia
Growing Lobelia Plant These plants typically require an area with full sun but will tolerate partial shade. They also prefer moist, rich soil. Start i...
Lobelia Winter Care - Tips For Overwintering Lobelia Plants
Even overwintering Lobelia plants indoors is no guarantee they will re-bloom in spring since these are short lived plants. Place them in indirect but ...
Potted Lobelia Care Tips For Growing Lobelia In Containers
Lobelia can handle full sun, but if your temperatures soar during the summer you will want to provide the plants with shade. Place your lobelia in a c...
what to plant with lobelia
Lobelia pairs well with other summer bloomers such as pansies, geraniums, and daisies. Depending on the variety, lobelia can be tucked into perennial ...
how to keep lobelia blooming all summer
A general-purpose liquid fertilizer can be given once a month or every four to six weeks, if desired. Lobelia should delight your garden with beautifu...
when to plant out lobelia
Although annual types are widely available at garden centers in the spring, you can also start your own plants from seed, sown indoors 8 to 10 weeks b...
perennial lobelia varieties
The most common perennial lobelias are cardinal flower (L. cardinalis) and great blue lobelia (L. siphilitica), also called blue cardinal flower. Pere...