Showy annual often found growing in seeps and grassy balds. This small plant sports many white flowers with inky black dots in spring. Compact and long-blooming, this plant is great for mass plantings, borders or containers. Attracts flies, small bees, and bumblebees. (Mother plants are from Lane County)
- Height 8-12”
- Width 8-12”
- Water: wet to dry
- Sun: full sun to partial shade
- Bloom time: April
- Direct sowing: Best sown in fall or early spring. Seeds germinate best in cooler temps.
- Growing transplants: Seeds are not dormant, but benefit from exposure to cool temps (less than 50 degrees for 7 days) then germinate in temps between 60-65 degrees.