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Nemophila maculata Five-spot Seeds

Pkt 50 Seeds

Product Description

A California native annual spring wildflower with the cutest white flowers sporting a purple spot on each petal. Nice rounded spring green foliage with a slightly sprawling habit provides excellent edging, container or basket material. Has a longer season in cooler regions but is so delightful it should be enjoyed everywhere. Succession sowing a couple of times 3-4 weeks apart through the end of Spring will extend the flowering season so old plants can be pulled out if looking spent and new ones will be coming along. Where it's warmer be sure to give it plenty of water and bright shade is good like tucked under the front of a bush or a shaded patio. Great choice for around bird baths as it likes the extra moisture.

Pkt: 50 Seeds 

Botanical Name: Nemophila maculata

Common Name: Five-spot

Type: Annual     Color: White

Height: 6-12"     Spread: 12-24" 

Light: Sun Coastal - Part Shade Inland - Bright Shade

Water: Moderate - Moist with drainage *Needs spring rain or watering to germinate and get growing then can be grown somewhat drier

Soil: Wide Range best well-drained

Flowering: Late Winter - Spring - Summer depending on when seed sown, temperature & availability of water **longer season into Summer with some water, a light shearing as first blooms fade before seed is set & placement in partial shade in hot inland areas

Germination: 7-21 days at 58-70F 

Sow Outdoors: Fall in mild areas or Spring colder regions, sow into raked weed-free damp soil about a 1/4" or so, cover with soil & grit or vermiculite, keep moist not waterlogged for first few weeks and then can grow somewhat drier once established, light frost tolerant protect from hard freeze

Sow Indoors: Plantable pots or individual cell trays reduce root disturbance, Spring sow into damp seed starting mix about a 1/4" or so, cover with mix & grit, keep moist but not waterlogged for first few weeks and then can grow a little drier, harden-off, can take a light frost but protect from hard freeze






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