About- This old-time garden favorite gets its common name from its late afternoon to early morning bloom time. A tender perennial that forms tubers, plants produce handsome, fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers that attract birds and butterflies. Plants are easy to grow and thrive almost anywhere, reseeding readily. This mix is specially blended to provide a balance of pink, red, rose, white and yellow flowers.
When & Where to Plant- For best results sow in mid-summer. Prefers shaded areas but can do well in full sun.
Care & Harvest- Water when needed, but avoid over watering. Will only bloom after going through the first cool season.
Botanical Name- Mirabilis Jalapa
Planting Depth- 1/4"
Days to Germination- 7-10
Plant Spacing- 12-18"
Approximate Seeds per Pkt- 15