One of our most popular flowers! Tie dye petals appear to be brushed with water colors ranging from deep red to white and explosions of golden orange. Easy to grow, compact 12-18” plants. Makes a cute addition to bouquets and borders. Attractive foliage is ferny and full. One of the first to bloom and blooms all season, these will easily tolerate a light frost.
How to grow it:
Full to part
We prefer to direct sow these just before the last frost date. However, you may start indoors 4 weeks before the last frost date as they transplant quite well. Cover with 1/8" of soil and keep moist. Will not germinate if allowed to dry out. Ideal germination temperature is 70 degrees. Transplant 12" apart after all risk of frost has passed into a sunny, well drained location.