Seablush / Rosy Plectritis (Plectritis congesta) Seed Packet WW


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This is a darling of an annual - one sure to brighten up your spring garden. While individual flowers are small, they occur in dense, puffy-pink clusters at the ends of elongated stocks. So cute - and quite showy when planted in drifts. It is an excellent early season resource for native pollinators, including bumble bees, and also for butterflies, including the rare Taylor’s checkerspot and Fender’s blue.

  • Family: Valerianaceae
  • Height: 6” to 20”
  • Annual/Perennial: Annual
  • Sun/Shade: Sun to partial shade
  • Bloomtime: March-June
  • Zones: 6-10 Habitat: moist prairies to open upland sites. Considered drought tolerant Stratification: short - if any. Cool temps may enhance germination.

Portland Plant List (Backyard Habitat Certification): Yes

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