Uncommon beautiful perennial alyssum flowers early in April and May. Golden and very attractive to bees and other beneficial insects looking for early foraging. Very drought tolerant, only requires some winter precipitation. Does well in poor soil.
We love to use it as a golden fluffy substitute for baby's breath in flower arrangements.
How to grow it:
Full to shade
Scatter seeds on soil surface and rake in lightly in late fall around the time winter precipitation begins. Or, do the same in mid spring when soil temperatures have reached about 70F.