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Scarlet Magic Tassel Flower

5Reviews
SKU: 0267-P100
$3.95

Item Details

The brilliant scarlet-orange blossoms and contrasting blue-green leaves of this self-sowing annual add color, texture, and intrigue to any flower bed or border. The variety’s delicate, curvy stems allow it to weave in and about other flower varieties, creating a magical look in any garden space. This old-fashioned favorite reaches up to 18" and is perfect for fresh or dried arrangements.


  • Conventional
  • Self-sowing annual
  • Great for bordering or bedding plant
  • Plants grow to 18 inches
  • Old-fashioned favorite

Growing Instructions

Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath the surface of the soil. Plant out into average well-drained soil after the danger of frost has passed. Good cutting flower, fresh or dried.

  • Start Indoors: 6-8 weeks before last frost
  • Germination: 7-10 Days
  • Plant Outdoors: 12-18” Apart
  • Light: Sun/Partial Shade

Ratings & Reviews

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Little rays of brilliance

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First time I grew these and am glad I did. They are lovely, withstand heat, and have been blooming for over a month. Was pleasantly surprised they do not flop over on their narrow delicate stems. Nice as a cut flower.

Whimsical yet Elegant

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Lovely flowers and easy to grow! The colors are scarlet, orange and tips of yellow within the same bloom. They have a very different look depending on how the light hits them. Very elegant as they slowly undulate in the breeze. I highly recommend!

Great germination

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Germinated very well with direct sow to deck planter 2021 Minnesota. Abundant flowers til 1st freeze. Very nice,, whispy addition to cut flower arrangemrnts.

Smile initiators!

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Love this flower for its graceful and colorful contribution to a part shade garden.

Great addition to cut flower garden

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Easy to grow, fun cut flower. Transplanted well from indoor starter. Planning to start fewer this summer because they were very robust and expanded more than anticipated.