Gomphrena Strawberry Fields Seeds
seed sowing instructions in hindi
Gomphrena Strawberry Fields Seeds
seed sowing instructions in hindi
Gomphrena Strawberry Fields Seeds

Gomphrena Strawberry Fields Seeds

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Gomphrena Strawberry Fields (Rio Grande globe amaranth) are bushy perennial flowering plants but grow as annual in temperate areas. It produces small red flowers that resemble a strawberry. The Gomphrena Haageana is good for attracting pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. These little flowers are a delight in the garden and in the vase. Growing gomphrena is very easy as it is a low-maintenance and drought-tolerant plant.

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  • Number of Gomphrena Strawberry Fields Seeds: 100 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or garden
  • Best Sowing Season: Spring (February- March), Summer (March-May), or Late Winter
  • Sowing method: Seedling transplant
  • Seeds Sowing Depth: 0.25 cm 
  • Germination temperature: 21-25°C
  • Germination time: 7 to 14 days
  • Blooming time: Summer until Autumn (April to November)

What size grow bag is best for Gomphrena?

Gomphrena Strawberry Field Growing Season 

Gomphrena Haageana flowers prefer hot and dry conditions to grow, however, they can grow in any climate. Sow Gomphrena seeds indoors from late winter to early spring (January to February) and plant outdoors from spring to summer (March to May).

How To Grow Gomphrena Strawberry Field In Pots  

Sow the gomphrena by seedling transplant because it is best for planting it. The right time to sow the gomphrena seeds is when temperatures are about 21-25°C. You can use a pot or grow bag at least 22-36 cm wide and deep for planting Gomphrena

Gomphrena Strawberry Fields Seeds Sowing Method 

Take a seedling tray and fill it with a potting mix, you can also make your own potting mix by mixing 20% cocopeat, 30% vermicompost, 30% normal soil, and 20% sand. Sow gomphrena seeds ⅛ inches deep in the soil. Keep the seedling tray in indirect sunlight. Water the soil gently through a watering can and keep them moist until germination; Gomphrena globe seeds can germinate in about 7-14 days.
After seed germination when gomphrena seedlings have a few true leaves, you can transplant them into pots or grow bags. But don’t forget to harden off the seedlings before transplanting them outdoors. Plant only 1 or 2 gomphrena seedlings in each 22 cm pot or maintain a distance of about 15 cm between the plant as they will be bushy and need proper space for healthy growth. Keep the soil moist and place the pot in partial sunlight for a few days after transplanting to protect the seedling from transplant shock. After 3 days, keep the pot in full sunlight.

Gomphrena Haageana Fertilizers Requirements 

Since Gomphrena globes are light-feeder flowering plants, you can mulch them with compost so you don't need to fertilize them.

Gomphrena Globes (Strawberry Field) Flower Care Tips 

Soil - Gomphrena can grow in almost any type of soil but grows best in well-drained soil with a pH of 6.1 to 6.5.
Water - As we know Gomphrena is a drought-tolerant plant, but it prefers constant soil moisture. 1 inch of water per week is good for this. 
Sunlight - Gomphrena thrives in full sunlight but can tolerate some shade but too much shade will make the Gomphrena plant unhealthy or weak.
Temperature - Since Gomphrena is a heat-loving flowering plant, the optimum daytime temperature is 24–26°C while the night temperature is 18°C.
Common Pests and Diseases - Generally, Gomphrena globe is pest resistant but some diseases infect the plant such as powdery mildew, gray mold, and fungal leaf spot. These fungal diseases mostly thrive in wet conditions.

Gomphrena Strawberry Fields Bloom Time 

  • Globe amaranth or gomphrena flower season is from Summer until Autumn (April to November). 
  • These are very popular cut flowers and can stay fresh in water for about a week.

Gomphrena Strawberry Fields Special Features 

  • Common name - Rio Grande globe amaranth, Globe Amaranth, 
  • Scientific name - Gomphrena haageana
  • Height - Up to 45 cm 
  • Level of growing - Easy
  • Companion planting - Vinca, Petunia, Zinnia, Celosia 

FAQ 

Does gomphrena strawberry field come back every year?

Perennial gomphrena strawberries will come back every year but if you grow them as annuals they will not come back.

Do gomphrena need to be deadheaded?

Deadheading is not necessary for gomphrena but you can do so to keep the plant tidy.


Note: Images are for reference purposes only. Actual products may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.

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Ram Ram
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Ajay Yadav
All seeds are not germinated

Quality o seeds not good

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Gomphrenas Red Strawberry seeds

Excellent quality seeds within two months it flowers came.

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M.F.
Excellent quality seeds

The seed of Gomphrenas red strawberry seeds germinate in just 3 days.

Thank you for sharing the results

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Bharat
Not grown

Not even a single plant grown

We regret that our seeds did not meet your expectations. Our research highlights that successful germination relies on factors like weather, location, temperature, and watering.

All our seeds pass germination tests, and you can view test images on our website. To achieve better results, we recommend following proper procedures. Watch our helpful germination video here
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