This premium nectar plant is a must for those wanting to attract pollinators to their gardens. Native to California, it needs very little water and very little if any care to do well in any garden. Can be used as bee forage, cut flowers, erosion control, and/or cover crop. Will self seed.
For more information than I could ever convey about this awesome plant, here is a very good link. https://plants.usda.gov/plantguide/pdf/pg_phta.pdf
- Seed Count: 200
- Collection Date: Sept 2020
- Hardiness Zone: annual
- Height and Width: 1m x 1m
- Germination test type: float; cut
- Family: Hydrophyllaceae
How to germinate Phacelia tanacetifolia seeds:
Best to direct sow in spring when temps are above 10C. Germinates in 15-30 days. Thinly sow. Needs darkness to germinate. Cultivate area, sprinkle seed then rake over or thinly spread mulch and hand water if the soil moisture is on the dry side. Intolerant to wet soils.