Dwarf Godetia
Dwarf Godetia - Clarkia amoena

Dwarf Godetia

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Dwarf Godetia
Clarkia amoena

Synonyms for this flower include, Farewell-to-Spring, Godetia amoena, and Godetia grandiflora. The plants grow eight to fourteen inches tall and produce very showy clusters of lavender and pink flowers with bright red centers.

Native from British Columbia to Northern California and found in coastal scrub, prairies and dry open slopes. The genus name commemorates William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Plant in areas receiving full sun to light shade. Light sandy loams are best but heavy soils are tolerated. Best planted in fall in hot desert and coastal areas, in spring elsewhere just as soil starts to warm up, seed will not germinate well in very hot temperatures. A very good cut flower. Annual.

Each packet contains 0.1 gram, which is approximately 250 seeds.
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