Annual commonly used for its long-lasting cutflowers. We tried it this year for the first time, from commercial seed for the 'Soiree Apricot' mix. Indeed there's a nice mix of colors, in the peach to rose range. Each individual flower is small, with paper-crispy petals. We'd probably get more mileage out of them if I would fertilize my plants, but even without plant steroids they're nice enough.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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- Seed for 'Soiree Apricot' from '07 trade, originally from Park seed '07 order. Baggy 70F (95%G, 3-5d)
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