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Perennial. Beautiful when used as a dried flower. Also popular as an herb; historically used for colds, fevers, and for wounds. An easy-to-grow wildflower that provides quite a country charm over a long season.
Growing Tips: Prefers full sun, can tolerate dry well-draining soils. Surface-sow seeds indoors 8-12 weeks before last frost. Keep moist, but not soggy; grow plants until large enough to transplant. Set out after frost has passed.
Images and description courtesy of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds/ RareSeeds.com