clump forming perennial. Soft pink/lilac/apricot flowers are produced en masse on 15"-18" bushy plants May into June
||apricot jacob's ladder
||part sun- shade
||easy, germinates at room temperature
detailed seed-starting info below
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Susan||Sep 26, 2004||Do you have seed for Apricot jacob's ladder for sale?
- Seed from trade. Baggy, 70F, no light (92%G, 7-16d)
- Seed garden '02. Baggy, 70F (85%G, 6-7d)
- Seed garden '02. Baggy, 65F (75%G, 4-9d)
Seedlings grow fairly fast, and are somewhat frost-tolerant. Note: Tom Clothier's instructions, which call for 70F/35F/50F cycling, appear to be too pessimistic.
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