About- Produces soft, beautiful petals that are a light pastel yellow with deep brown centers. A great variety for attracting pollinators to your garden and use as a cut flower.
When and Where to Plant- Direct sow in the spring after the threat of frost has passed. Prefers well draining soils and full sun. Plant every couple of weeks for continuous blooms.
Care and Harvest- Keep soil moist, but do not over water. Harvest when the first color of the petals appear and remove foliage for longer vase life.
Botanical Name- Helianthus annuus
Planting Depth- 1/2"
Days to Germination- 7-10
Plant Spacing- 18-24"
Approximate Seeds per Pkt- 50