This European wildflower makes a compact, mounded plant with few, if any, runners, and produces fruit throughout the growing season. Sow seeds, barely covering, outdoors in spring or early autumn in a sunny, well-drained location, or sow seeds in pots and then transplant to the garden. USDA Zones 3-9.
Approximately 55 seeds per pack.
Line Drawing from New Britton and Brown Illustrated Flora by H. A. Gleason (1958). zone3, zone4, zone5, zone6, zone7, zone8, zone9