Chinese Lantern is largely grown for its vividly colored, orange-red, lantern-shaped fruits that can be cut and dried and used for dried bouquets. Can be invasive; spreads rampantly.
Antirrhinum Pendula Multiflora Chinese Lanterns F1 Hybrid Annual Seeds
Vigorous, self-branching cascading antirrhinums in seven delightful colors, adding a different look to baskets, containers and Flower Pouches™.
Heirloom Chinese Lantern 25 Seeds
25 Heirloom chinese Lantern seedsPlanting intsructions ; In the Late Spring after the last frost warning: Sow the Seeds 1/4 to 1/2″ deep into Seedbed freshly tilled and prepared with High Organic matter. Soil should be well drained and well situated for medium to full sunlight each Day.Planting intsructions ; In the Late Spring after
Physalis Chinese Lanterns Winter Cherry Husk Tomato 25 seeds
It is best to grow them in an ordinary soil that has good drainage and is sunny or partially shaded. You can start off Chinese lanterns by sowing the seeds indoors first, do this at the start of spring.