Showy free-flowering plants. Beautiful long-blooming flowers attract many bees and hummingbird moths. To enjoy a second bloom in mid to late summer, plants can be cut back to the ground and allowed to grow new foliage.
- Self-seeding hardy annual plants grow to 4 feet tall
- Long-blooming mauve flowers with purple markings
- Attracts beneficial insects like bees and hummingbird moths
- Great for ornamental plantings
Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors one week before last frost. Plants prefer rich moist soil and will self-seed readily.
- Direct Seed: 1/8" Deep
- Germination: 10-14 Days
- Thin: 18-24" Apart
- Light: Sun/Partial Shade
Ratings & Reviews
Lovely but invasive
by Dee Curcio
I grew this n Wenatchee, WA. It grew easily, a bit too happily, the next year I found it in several beds and a friend from BLM advised me it is considered invasive in many states.; so I eradicated it from my yard.
by Colorado Gardener
The plants produce very beautiful flowers and lots of them. They do not produce too much of a scent. I can't speak about the previous post by someone about them being invasive as I had planted mine in a large pot. I did not find any coming up the next year so I guess I got lucky. I would definitely plant these again as they add beauty to my yard.