johnny jump ups - Knowledgebase Question

mesa, Ar
Question by rstar334
April 20, 2009
annual or perrenial?

in a pot...what are its needs?

full arizona sun?

fertilizer? what type?


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Answer from NGA
April 20, 2009

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Johnny Jump Ups are perennials that grow from a little bulbous root system. They will thrive in shade but will take an hour or two of morning sunshine in Arizona. They will die down in the hottest summer months but return in October when the weather cools and will grow and bloom until about April. Feed with a liquid fertilizer such as Miracle Gro or Peter's. Enjoy!

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