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Candytuft Iberis Candy Cane Rose Seeds

$1.99

Candytuft Iberis Candy Cane Rose Seeds

$1.99
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Iberis umbellata

 

 

100 Seeds|

 

 

 Fast-growing, mounded plants are covered in brilliant clusters of rose fragrant blooms throughout the summer into fall.  Easy to grow. a striking display of sweet color throughout your sunny garden.'Candy Cane Rose is so eye-catching, with all its delicate little petals, it looks soft and almost fuzzy from a distance. The compact, fast-growing evergreen plant has a very uniform habit, making it ideal for mass plantings, as edging along walks and pathways, or set into containers so you can enjoy its charm right on your porch or patio. It also makes a wonderful addition to cutflower arrangements.The blooms appear from late spring into summer, adorning plants 12 to 14 inches high and 8 to 10 inches wide. Candytufts are quite tolerant of poor soil and very easy to grow, so the're perfect for new as well as seasoned gardeners! Zones 5-8.

How to Grow Candytuft

  • Plants can be started indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost in your area. Sow Candytuft seeds early in the season and cover lightly with 1/8" of fine soil.
  • Space seeds or seedlings 8-10" apart. Candytuft are very easy to grow. They prefer full to partial sun and a well drained soil. They will do well in average or poor soils, and tolerate dry soil conditions.
  • They prefer full to partial sun and a well drained soil. They will do well in average or poor soils, and tolerate dry soil conditions. They are perfect for rock gardens.
  • Water them during dry periods, once or twice per week. Add a general purpose fertilizer once or twice a season. Candytuft grows 1-15 inches tall. Perennial varieties should be mulched over winter to protect them from extreme cold. In the spring, prune back stems to about 4" to promote lush, fuller growth.

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