Viola Rebelina is a lovely viola series with multiple uses for autumn and early spring sales. This viola series is an ideal choice for premium baskets, patio containers, garden borders and landscaping. Rebelina has a well-branched, creeping habit with very floriferous, sweetly-scented 1.25-in. blooms.
- Well-branched, creeping stems with short internodes quickly fill and cover pots
- Multiple uses: baskets, patio containers and landscaping
- Good addition for autumn and early spring sales
- Day neutral so flowers easily in fall and winter
|Full Sun||well-drained soil high in organic matter, and full sun or partial shade.||Remember to water your seedling regularly. One of the most common reasons seedling fail is because they are not watered enough, so if your seedling are not doing well, try watering them more.but water should not stay in pot, it should be moist, not wet||seeds like sun and cooler temperatures. 65 to 70 degree C||Apply dry fertilizer directly to damp soil. Water the fertilizer into the soil. Can use a general, all-purpose fertilizer around your plant to help them grow.|
Viola Rebelina Sowing Directly in the Garden:
- Direct sow in full sun to part shade in well-drained soil in fall in the South.
- Prepare the soil by removing weeds and working organic matter into the top 6-8 inches of soil; then level and smooth.
- Most plants respond well to soils amended with organic matter. Compost is a wonderful form of organic matter with a good balance of nutrients and an ideal pH level, it can be added to your planting area at any time. If compost is not available, top dress the soil after planting with 1-2 inches of organic mulch, which will begin to breakdown into compost. After the growing season, a soil test will indicate what soil amendments are needed for the following season.
- Sow thinly and evenly and cover with ¼ inch of fine soil.
- Firm lightly and keep evenly moist.
- Seedlings emerge in 7-14 days depending on the soil and weather conditions.