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SWEET DAME'S ROCKET
Hesperis Matronalis

SKU: 410-020
Regular price 4.99
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Dame's rocket is a popular wildflower that is suited to growing in the garden.  It forms large clumps of pink flowers, on tall and easy to grow plants. These are a favourite of butterflies and other pollinators.  Blooms mid summer to fall.

Note: This plant species is known to have toxicity.

Seeds per pack: 20

Hardiness zone: 2-9

Height: 36" or 90cm

Location: Sun or part sun

Germination: These seeds are very easy to germinate! These seeds are best planted in very early spring OR in late summer to early fall. Rake the ground, and then scatter the seeds on the raked ground. Lightly rake the seeds in, so that they are just barely covered by the soil, being careful that they are not too deep. Water the area, and keep it continually moist until plants begin to grow. If you are planting in fall, the seeds may not germinate until the spring, which is normal. Once they are established they are drought tolerant. 

SWEET DAME'S ROCKET
Hesperis Matronalis

SKU: 410-020
Regular price 4.99
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Description

Dame's rocket is a popular wildflower that is suited to growing in the garden.  It forms large clumps of pink flowers, on tall and easy to grow plants. These are a favourite of butterflies and other pollinators.  Blooms mid summer to fall.

Note: This plant species is known to have toxicity.

Seeds per pack: 20

Hardiness zone: 2-9

Height: 36" or 90cm

Location: Sun or part sun

Germination: These seeds are very easy to germinate! These seeds are best planted in very early spring OR in late summer to early fall. Rake the ground, and then scatter the seeds on the raked ground. Lightly rake the seeds in, so that they are just barely covered by the soil, being careful that they are not too deep. Water the area, and keep it continually moist until plants begin to grow. If you are planting in fall, the seeds may not germinate until the spring, which is normal. Once they are established they are drought tolerant.