Organic Lagurus Seeds (Lagurus ovatus)
Inflorescence spike-paniculate, compact, broadly ovate or capitate, up to 4 cm long, glumes are very narrow, densely pubescent, which gives the hairy inflorescence the appearance of a hare's tail, the lower floral scales with long geniculate.
Organic Lagurus SeedsThis is an annual cereal plant, ascending stems, 20-60 cm high, just like the leaves, fluffy-hairy, inflorescence spike-paniculate, compact, broadly ovate or capitate, up to 4 cm long.
Spikelet scales are very narrow, densely pubescent, which gives the hairy inflorescence the appearance of a hare's tail, the lower lemma with a long geniculate.
Reproduction is done by seeds. To obtain 100 plants, you need 0.1 - 0.3 grams. Sowing is carried out directly into the ground in May. To obtain powerful early-flowering plants, it is advisable to sow the seeds in early April in pots and put them in a bright place. Shoots appear in 10-12 days. When planting, sowing or thinning, the distance between plants should be 10-15 cm.
You can choose any location for growing a haretail, because. it is cold-resistant and moisture-loving, can grow both in the sun and in partial shade.
Haretail care: after planting or thinning, the plants need to be fed with nitrogen fertilizers 2-3 times with an interval of 7-10 days, then with full complex fertilizer 1-2 times with the same interval. Watering in dry weather is required. With good proper care, especially large panicles grow, and there can be many of them on one plant.
Usage: Lagurus is dressed up in a mixborder, on a rocky hill, but is especially attractive in dry bouquets and compositions. For drying, the inflorescences are cut shortly after earing, as they acquire a dirty shade when they fade. Dry in a dry room in bunches or laid out in a thin layer. Dried inflorescences retain their decorative effect for many years.
The haretail is an ornamental annual plant used for winter bouquets.