Godetia - Farewell to Spring
Easy to grow from seed, these annuals produce delicate blossoms with watercolor like markings. Native to North America, it was discovered by Capt. William Clark (1770-1838) during the exploration of the Louisiana Purchase.
Prefers full sun and poor soil as too much rich compost or fertilizer will result in lush foliage with few flowers. They thrive in the cool temperatures of spring.
Planting time - Early spring to mid-summer.
Height - 1 1/2 -2 feet
Germinates in - 7-10 days
Sowing Depth - press lightly into soil
Row spacing - 10 inches
Seed spacing - 1 inch
Thinning - when plants are 2-3 inches tall thin to 10 inches apart.
Net weight 750 MG (Estimated 2600 seeds)