Freesia Orange Flower Bulbs

Freesia Orange Flower Bulbs

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Freesia is one of the best bulb-flowering plants in India. It is a perennial flowering plant commonly known as “freesias.” It has fragrant funnel-shaped flowers that add a unique color to the garden’s beauty. They are loved for their pure colors, long vase life, and sweet perfume. Freesia bulb flowers are easy to grow; you can easily grow them in your terrace garden or balcony. Buy the best Quality Freesia Orange Flower Bulbs Online at the best price from www.organicbazar.net and add colors to your garden.  

About this item 

  • Number of Orange Freesia Flower Bulb: 05N
  • Bulb planting season: Winter Season
  • Planting Temperature: 10-21°C
  • Method of grown from bulbs: Directly in a pot or garden
  • Bulb sowing depth: 2.5-5 cm
  • Bulb spacing: 8-10 cm
  • Germination Time: 14 to 21 days
  • Blooming Time: Spring and summer
  • Flower Color: Orange

What size grow bag is best for Freesia Bulb Flower?

When To Plant Freesia From Bulbs 

Freesia loves cool weather and stops growing in high temperatures. You can plant freesia indoors from the bulb in the Winter Season (October - December) for flowering in late winter or spring for early summer flowering.

How To Grow Freesia In Pots 

It is easy to grow like other bulbs, and you will get great results in just a few months if planted in the right conditions. Plant it directly in the garden or pot when the temperature is around 10-21°C, no need to soak bulbs before planting. Spacing is very important for healthy growth, try to maintain a distance of 8-10 cm between bulbs. Plant 2-3 bulbs per pot to avoid crowding. Pot or grow bag of at least -22-36 cm is good for it.

Planting Freesia Bulbs 

Take a pot or grow bag, fill it with potting mix, and plant 2-3 freesia bulbs in the soil at a depth of 2.5-5 cm and 8-10 cm of spacing between the bulbs to allow the freesia plants to fully develop. You may notice that the freesia bulb looks small and long, the pointed part should be facing up when planting and the root side should be facing down. Cover the soil, water deeply through a watering can, and keep the soil moist. Keep the pots in a cool, shady spot until they sprout. After 2-3 weeks, you should see the bulbs develop roots and begin to sprout, then move the pot to a warm, sunny spot.

Freesia Bulbs Fertilizer Requirements 

  • Use a potash liquid fertilizer every 2 weeks when freesias flower buds begin to form.
  • In addition, you can add a balanced fertilizer during its growing season to promote its growth.

Freesia Flower Bulbs Care Tips 

Soil – Well-draining soil is best for planting freesia bulbs; you can also add peat moss or compost to the soil to improve drainage.
Water – For successful freesia growth, keep the soil moist but not soggy. You should water once a week when the freesia is in bloom, and reduce watering when the leaves turn yellow and wilt.
Sunlight – Freesia thrives in full sunlight but can tolerate a few hours of shade. If you grow indoors, place the pot on a window sill where it gets the most hours of sunlight.
Temperature – Freesia is not a cold hardy flowering plant so it cannot grow in low temperatures. Day temperature is 10-21°C while night temperature is 4-13°C good for growing freesia. In addition, at temperatures above 21 ° C, freesia stops growing.
Common pests and diseases – Freesia plants are not infected with serious diseases but some pests such as aphids, slugs, and snails inhibit the growth of the plants. You can use neem oil to repel aphids, while slugs and snails can be removed by hand.

When Does Freesia Bloom?

  • Generally, freesia blooms in spring and summer, and flowering takes 3-4 months after planting.
  • If you plant freesia bulbs in autumn, flowers will occur in late winter, and if planted in spring, you may see freesia bloom in early summer.

Freesia Special Features 

  • Common name – Freesia
  • Scientific name – Freesia
  • Height – 30-60 cm
  • Level of growing – Easy

FAQ

Does a freesia plant come back every year?

Freesia is a perennial flowering plant but cannot survive frost and low temperatures. In frost-free areas, it may come back every year but in frost areas, it will die.

Should freesias be deadheaded?

Yes, deadhead spent flowers should be done when the plant has finished blooming.
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Still waiting to germinate after long time

We understand your concern about the germination .Germination can vary depending on several factors, including soil conditions, temperature, and moisture. We recommend being patient and providing the seeds with the optimal conditions for germination.