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Flowers are short-lived, opening only in the morning, but individual plants may produce thousands of flowers throughout a season. It also has a particularly long flowering season, typically beginning in late summer and lasting through late fall, although flowering can continue into winter and sometimes even spring, depending on conditions. It tends to flower heaviest as the weather starts to get cooler. It is attractive to many pollinators, but especially to bees. An ideal addition to a home landscape, it is a prolific self-seeder and spreads quickly, so it may require thinning to keep in check.
Annual. 1 gallon pot. Grown by Wise Hands.