Recommended. Sow 10-12 weeks before last frost. Keep at 70°F.
Direct sow after last frost in longer season areas.
WHEN TO SET OUTSIDE
After all danger of frost has passed.
PLACEMENT & CULTIVATION
Laurentia is a heat-loving tender perennial often grown as an annual, with clouds of lightly-fragrant starry flowers blooming all summer and fall. It requires little upkeep, as it easily sheds its spent flowers. Growing into a graceful mound with filigree foliage, it softens edges of beds and spills over containers of all kinds. It is lovely contrasted with the bolder foliage of peppermint geranium in dappled afternoon shade, where its icy-blue color appears richer.
About 1" per week, more during especially dry, hot spells.
Provide an organic granular or liquid feed once per month.