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Bee’s Friend
Phacelia tanacetifolia

 

 

With clusters of lavender flowers atop willowy foliage, Lacy Phacelia (Phacelia tanacetifolia) is a refreshing addition to the garden or meadow. This native wildflower blooms all summer, attracting butterflies and bees. Lacy Phacelia is often used as a cover crop to protect and enrich soil, and will self-sow for a naturalized planting,long-lasting cut flower.

 

 

Details:
Life Cycle: Hardy Annual

Site: Full Sun
Height: 18-30”
Days to maturity: 45-60 days

Seed depth: 1/8 " surface, press into the soil
Plant spacing: 6-12”
Approx seeds per packet: 100

 

How to Grow: Sow Lacy Phacelia seeds in the early spring when there is still a chance of frost, and in fall where climate is mild.Press the wild flower seeds into the soil, cover 1/8, and keep seeds moist continuously. Thin seedlings to 12 inches apart. Lacy Phacelia will drop its own wildflower seeds. If seedlings and spreading is not desired, deadhead spent blooms.

 

Harvest:

Cut flowers in the  morning, strip down folliage.

 

Vase Life:

Upt o 7-10 days, ad drop of bleech.

 

Phacelia ( Bee’s Friend )

$4.95Precio
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