How to Grow Flowering Herbs – Part 1

Gross annual Flowering Herbs

Petunia- (Petunia spp. )

Petunias are tender flowering herbs that adorn the garden with various striking colors such as, red, pink, white, violet or a mix of white stripped with violet or blue. gdańsk kwiaciarnia

That they are more attractive when planted closely in bloom beds forming a baby blanket of red or purple velvet blossoms. Petunias are generally cultivated in pots or window boxes. 

Soil Requirements.

The best soil where petunias are more versatile is a well-drained, suitable for farming, sandy loam soils.


Petunias are propagated by seeds sown in germinating trays or seed packing containers sometime later it was on thinned and selected and planted in pots or bed frames.

Plants in full full bloom may be brought inside the house for a day or two but should come in contact with full or just a few sunlight to maintain normal growth.

Cock’s Comb – (Celosia argentia cristata )

There are two styles of cock’s comb like; little and tall or medium height varieties.

You will discover as many colors of the rainbow as there are cock’s comb varieties. Virtually all often, the dwarf types are planted in group as low borders, even though the taller varieties serve as background foundation planting.

The flowers stalks vary in size the place that the taller ones have bigger clusters.


Cock’s comb are easily propagated by seeds either by direct seeding or transplanted singly by baby plants.

When direct seeding is applied, you must do the thinning to avoid overcrowding of the plants.

Marigold – (Tagetes erecta)

Marigold, a native of South america is a member of the sunflower family is a hardy annual, hairy, producing flowers with elevated centers of golden-orange padding little by little turning to reddish-brown in the outer padding.

Soil Requirements.

Marigold gows best best lawn mowers of a light loam garden soil with a drainage and exposed to full sun light.


Propagation by plant seeds is the only method to multiply marigold. They will are easy to expand although they seem to be to disappear in most backyards.

Balsam or Touch-Me-Not – (Impatiens oppositfolia, I. glandulifira )

A native of Africa, balsam or touch-me-not derived its name from its characteristics where the fruits when touch at ripening stage burst even just after a small contact.
They have a striking beautiful flowers varying from pink, white, magenta, and red double petalled which resembles the pink flowers.

Soil Requirements.

Balsam usually prefers rich agricultural soil with abundant sun rays.


Balsam may easily be germinated by seeds. The seeds easily germinate when touch to the earth.

Aspect – (Dianthus caryophyllus)

Mine are lovely, double-fringed, great smelling flowers. They are offerings as cut flowers, for borders and beds.

Great as potted plants, aspect, when planted properly flowers 6 to 7 several weeks. They may last for further years if you’ll properly care them and fertilized properly.