200 Butterfly Pea Flower Seeds - Local US, Blue Butterfly Pea Vine Seeds, Organic, Non GMO Seeds, (Clitoria Ternatea) Asian Pigeonwings -Tropical Vine Plant Seeds- Edible Flower Seeds 200 200Regular price $11.99 Save $-11.99
From a Gardener's Perspective, Clitoria Ternatea, the Scientific Name for Butterfly Pea
I sowed two hundred seeds of Clitoria ternatea, also known as Asian pigeonwing butterfly pea blossoms, and it was a wonderful day in the yard. In addition to its beautiful blue blossoms, this tropical vine has several uses, such as in medicine and the kitchen. This wonderful plant has me spellbound from the time I plant the seed till I gaze upon its blossoms.
To ensure it was as natural as it could be, I used organic, non-GMO flower pea seeds.
Investigation: Finding out where the plant came originally from in the tropics was critical for simulating its ideal growth environment.
Overnight treatment with water loosened the seeds' tough shell, making germination easier. The next step was to start planting.
I made sure the soil could drain well and gave the vines plenty of room to grow before planting the seeds.
Modifications and Plans
In order for butterfly peas to flourish, they require hot weather and an abundance of light. So that they would get adequate light, I set the containers in a sunny area.
Watering When: To encourage healthy development, water the soil regularly but lightly, being careful not to saturate it.
Since it is a vine, I constructed trellises to support it.
An astonishing cascade of development began when, after a period of time, the seeds began to germinate.
As they coiled along the trellises, the vines exposed the verdant foliage below.
At various points throughout the blooming season, the first bright blue flowers appeared, serving as a stunning sign of progress.
One possible use for the edible flowers is as a natural food dye, but I was also thinking about adding them to drinks.
Resolving Issues and Controlling Pests: Take immediate action if you see any signs of illness.
The plant made it through the winter because of its adaptations.
Taking Stock of the Present While Eyeing the Future: My yard now looks like a beautiful tropical paradise thanks to the Butterfly Pea vines. As our plants developed, we learned their specific needs and the best methods to provide them. This is just one example of how having more information is typically preferable.
These flowers will become a staple in my bouquet because of how adaptable they are.
It has been an interesting and rewarding experience to plant Butterfly Peas from seed. These magical vines have opened up a whole new realm of culinary possibilities while simultaneously improving the garden's aesthetic appeal. Gardeners looking to bring a little bit of the tropics into their spaces will adore these plants for their low care needs and beautiful flowers.