Early to mid-season spring-flowering bulb
Description: Simple, daisy-like flowers range in shades from light to dark blues; delicate foliage is deeply dissected
Habit: Grows 3-4 inches high; good for naturalizing
Culture: Soak the tubers overnight, then plant on edge 1-2 inches deep, in sun or partial shade
Hardiness: USDA Zones 5 through 8
The Windflower is a native of the eastern Mediterranean region from Greece to Lebanon, growing in rocky areas and in scrub. The long-lasting flowers spread their petals wide open when the sun comes out, forming a blanket of color. This delightful species was first introduced into gardens c. 1700 and was a favorite of the early 20th-century garden writer Elizabeth Lawrence.
20 bulbs per bag.