Ageratum Ball Mix Seeds
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Ageratum Ball Mix

Ageratum Ball Mix Seeds

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Ageratum is an annual plant but it also sometimes grows as a perennial flower. It is one of the most popular and beautiful flowers having dark green oval-shaped leaves and blue-purple flowers. The ageratum flowers bloom from summer to fall and are good for attracting pollinators such as butterflies. Most gardeners prefer to grow ageratum flower plants because it is not only easy to grow but also low-maintenance plants.

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Product Detail

  • Number of Ageratum Ball Mix Seeds: 100 Seeds
  • Sowing Season: Winter season from December to January
  • Sowing Method: Direct planting or Seedling
  • Sowing distance: 15-25 Cm Plant to Plant
  • Germination Temperature: 22°C
  • Germination time: 7 to 10 days
  • Blooming Time: 2-3 months after sowing

What size grow bag is best for Ageratum?

Ageratum (Ageratum Houstonianum) Growing Season In India 

Ageratum is a cool-season flowering plant that is grown mainly during the winter season from December to January. The winter months are better for plains, although it grows best in warmer climates in a cooler region.

How To Grow Ball Ageratum

Ageratum is an annual flowering plant that can be started either in a seedling tray or by direct sowing method. To plant ageratum ball mix, you need a pot or grow bag at least 22-35 cm wide and deep with proper drainage. The ageratum plant is perfect for patio containers, hanging baskets, and window boxes. The optimum temperature for sowing the ageratum seeds is 22°C. 

Ageratum Ball Mix Seeds Sowing Method

Take a seedling tray, fill it with potting mix, and then spread the ageratum ball mix seeds over the soil. Cover the seeds with a sprinkling of the potting mix because ageratum seeds need light to germinate, so they do not need to be covered with a thick layer of soil. Place the seedling tray in a sunny spot until the seeds germinate. Water the soil gently and keep them moist. Ageratum seeds germinate in 7-10 days, they can germinate early or late depending on growing conditions.

Transplant Ageratum Into Big Pots

After the ageratum seeds germinate and when the first true leaves appear, you need to transplant the seedling into a larger pot. During transplanting, a distance of about 15-25 cm should be maintained between the seedlings for the healthy growth of the plants. Take a large pot or grow bag, put soil, and mix organic manure in it, then plant the seedlings carefully in the soil. Keep the soil moist and place the pot in indirect sunlight.

Best Fertilizer For Ageratum Flower Plants 

  • Ageratum will not require any special fertilizer if you plant the flower in good and nutrient-rich soil.
  • For optimum results for the ageratum plant, a regular dose of fish emulsion or slow-release fertilizer such as cow manure or vermicompost is good.

Ageratum Plant Care Tips 

Soil - Use well-drained and moist soil for planting ageratum flowers. 
Water - Ageratum prefers moist soil, although it can tolerate dryness and regular watering is good for its growth.
Sunlight - Ageratum needs full sunlight, especially in cold regions. However, it can grow best in partial shade in warm regions. 
Temperature - Ageratum grows best in cool temperatures up to 15-27°C. 
Diseases - Ageratum is infected by powdery mildew and soil-borne fungal disease and is mainly caused by overhead watering. If you are also facing a similar problem then you will have to remove the infected parts of the plant. Also, do not get the leaves or flowers wet when watering.
Pests - Spider mites, whiteflies, and aphids damage ageratum flowering plants. To get rid of the problem, it would be right to spray neem oil on the Ageratum plants. 
Mulching - The ageratum flowering plant requires consistent soil moisture, so mulching is a good option for retaining moisture in the soil. For mulching, spread a few inches of dry leaves, straw, grass, etc. on the soil.

Ageratum Flower Plant Pruning

In any flowering plant, pruning is the most essential part of care. Pruning makes the flowering plant more beautiful and keeps it in an ideal way.
  • Remove faded, or infected flowers to make flowers last longer. 
  • Infected, old, or yellow leaves should be cut off using a pruning tool to promote healthy plant growth. 

Ageratum Blooming Time 

  • Usually, the ageratum flower plant blooms after 2-3 months of seeds sowing. May to November is the time when ageratum flowers bloom in warm regions. 
  • You can cut blooms before they are fully open and can decorate the ageratum flowers in-home pots or make bouquets.
  • If you don’t want to pluck the flowers, leave them on the plant to keep the garden beautiful. 
  • The Ageratum flower is poisonous to humans as well as animals, so stay away from pets and children.

Ageratum Special Features 

  • Common name - Floss flower, blue horizon flower, blue mink, or Mexican paintbrush
  • Scientific name - Ageratum houstonianum
  • Flowers color - Blue-purple
  • Height - 15-75cm
  • Level of growing - Medium


Is ageratum perennial or annual?

Ageratum is an annual flowering plant that grows for one year. 

Will ageratum come back every year?

No, because ageratum is an annual plant so it lives for one growing season Although it can reseed itself in the same spot or pots. 

Is ageratum heat tolerant?

Ageratum can tolerate heat other than this it can grow in some partial shade.  

Should I deadhead ageratum?

To keep ageratum flowering plants more beautiful, you can deadhead them. But deadheading is not necessary if you regularly prune ageratum flowering plants.

Why is my ageratum dying?

Ageratum flowering plant dies due to bacterial infection, if you are facing the problem you can remove the infected or unhealthy plants to avoid spreading the disease to other neighboring plants.

Why are my ageratum seeds not germinating?

Ageratum ball mix seeds will not germinate because of improper growing conditions like not getting enough sunlight, sowing seeds too deep in the soil, overwatering, or under watering.
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