This flower of this variety have tubular
petals and come in a mix of crimson,
rose, pink and white. Suitable for
cutting, beds and borders, and the
Plant: Full sun to part shade. Direct sow
in late fall or early spring, planting the
seeds thinly and 1/4” deep. In the spring
keep the soil moist after sowing. To start
indoors, plant three to four seeds 1/4”
below the surface in individual peat
pots. Transplant the seedings before
they each a height of 5”.
Care: Pinch off spent flowers to
encourage continuous bloom.
Keep soil moist.
Seed Storage: Store seed in cool, dry