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Thlaspi arvense


Grow ‘Pennycress’ for its structural seed pods.The bright, clean, apple-green stems are well-branched and loaded with round, textural seedpods.


As seed heads mature, they turn the color of wheat. Succession-planting is recommended .A fun and textured greenery, Fresh Pennycress Greenery is a thick greenery among filler flowers. Because of its long, organically shaped stem, Pennycress is the ideal filler for those tight spaces in arrangements and bouquets. Can be dried for autumn wreaths, hang upside down in a warm, dark place until firm.


Details :


Plant type: hardy annual
Height: 36 to 40 in
Site: full sun
Days to maturity: 50 to 60 days

Sowing depth: 1/8"
Plant spacing: 2 to 4 in

Approx seeds per pkt: 100

How to groe:


Start seed indoors in trays 4 to 6 weeks before last frost; transplant out after all danger of frost has passed, or direct-seed as soon as the ground can be worked. Succession-plant every 2 weeks for continual harvest. 




Harvest when seedpods are fully formed and the top blooms have faded.


Vase life:  Up to 7 to 10 days.



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