Clarkia Hardy; California

Another cheap and very cheerful annual that, if seed is sown in September, will provide attractive pot plants for the spring of the following year. Plants should be grown in cool conditions, transferring them to gradually larger size pots as the need arises due to being pot bound.

There should be good light, as plants that are grown too hot, or in poor light, will become much too long and leggy, so much less attractive as pot plants. There is a wide range of colours available, separate or mixed and borne in dense spikes. Discard after flowering.

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