(Phacelia tanacetifolia) Annual in the Borage Family. Lacey foliage. Purple blossoms emerge from uncurling inflorescences that look like fern fiddle-heads. Much-loved by bees, especially bumble bees. Flowers are edible. Rarely gets taller than 12-18″. Self-sows readily. You only need to buy this seed once.
Cultivation & harvesting suggestions: Direct-seed from early to late Spring. Don’t try to sow in flats and then transplant. Full sun to partial shade. Not particular about soil type, and drought tolerant once established. Thin to 12″ apart.
Contains 50 seeds