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Francoa (Bridal Wreath)

Bridal Wreaths are only two species in the genus Francoa which is naive of subalpine meadows in South America (Chile). Both make showy upright stalks with rose-white flowers above a dense basal leaf rosette. For any humus rich, very well drained soil in a sunny and preferably protected spot.
Sow the dustlike seeds on top of any humus rich, sandy, very well drained soil in early spring. Do not cover seeds with soil. Keep pots outside in a protected, sunny spot and always water from beneath. Carefully transplant to the garden as soon as plants are strong enough.
All are USDA Climate Zone 7/8.
30 seeds per package.
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Francoa sonchifolia var. appendiculata (Bridal Wreath)

Francoa sonchifolia var. appendiculata (Bridal Wreath)

50 (80)cm, Bridal Wreath makes showy uprigt stalks with ornamental rose-white flowers above a dense basal yellowish-green rosette of broad spathulate leaves. Ideal in a protected, sunny, and very well drained spot in the rock garden. V-VI.
30 seeds per package.

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