Seaside Smagliczka – Tujałka – Wilec

Seaside Smagliczka – Tujałka – Wilec


Seaside Smagliczka (Lobularia maritima) is a border plant. It has numerous stems, branched, overlapping. Small leaves, lancetowate, narrow. It grows up to 10-15 cm. Small flowers, gathered on the tops of the stems in canopy clusters. It is quite strong, with a honey scent and is a honey plant. There are no big requirements – grows in any soil, but it needs a sunny position. Application: for discounts, fringes, in rock gardens. The scallop is sown throughout April to June, in rows distant co 20 cm, and after rising it stops, leaving plants co 5 cm. It blooms in 6-8 weeks after sowing and blooms through 6 weeks. After flowering, it is recommended to trim it, to force the plant to flower again.

Lobularia maritima Senthami grows into 25 cm and blooms white.

Compact maritime lobularia – her variation Violet Queen – has a height of 12 do 15 cm, light purple flowers.

Lobularia maritime prostrate – height 6-10 cm, has different varieties: Royal Carpet – dark purple flowers, Rosie O'Day - red-pink flowers, Snow cover – White, Tiny Tim – White, early variety.


Tujałka (Salpiglossis hybrida), called from the Latin name Salpiglosis, It is distinguished by original flowers, large, funnel-shaped. The stems are thin, long (40-50 cm), usually unbranched. At their ends there are flowers of various colors: brown, dark lilac, chocolate violet, purple and yellow beige – velvet, with fancifully branched veins of a contrasting color. They smell nice. They bloom in July and August. It is grown for rebate planting

and cut flowers. Requires fertile soil, humus-rich and quite moist. The seeds are sown in the third decade of April or early May in co-rows 20 cm. It stops, leaving plants co 10 cm. It blooms after 10-12 weeks after sowing.


Wilec (Ipomoea purpurea), creeping bindweed, is a climbing plant with a twisting stem. Full-edge leaves, heart-shaped, softly hairy. It grows up to the height 2-3 m. Big flowers, funnel-shaped, embedded singly in the leaf axils, sometimes collected on the tops of the stems in panicle-like inflorescences. On hot days, flowers close around ten o'clock, and they only open in the evening. Flower colors, despite the name, they are not purple, but most often carmine pink and violet blue. They are also white and often striped. The plant blooms from July to September. Requires fertile soil and a sunny position. Sowing in a row, put seeds co 5-8 cm. The seeds are sown in April or May. He hates overdoing it, but it can be sown in pots to decorate balconies or to obtain earlier plants, which we drop off, taking the plant out of the pot together with the soil.