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Whether as a gap filler between petunias and marigolds or individually in a pot on the balcony - the lobelia with their sky-blue flowers look simply fantastic. But they don't feel equally well looked after everywhere…

The lobelia likes it warm and sunny

The love for sun and warmth is enormous

Lobelia crave sunshine and warmth. They need a lot of light to thrive and produce lots of buds. Protected, sunny to partially shaded locations are therefore ideal.

Suitable partners at the location

When it comes to care, lobelia complement each other with many other flowers and perennials. So they can be perfectly kept in the vicinity of the following specimens:

  • geraniums
  • petunias
  • sunroses
  • marigolds
  • fire sage
  • gold basket
  • bluebells

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In winter, lobelia do not need space on the balcony, terrace or in the garden bed. They do not survive the winter and can be torn out in October. This creates space for planting other plants.

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