'Alyssum- Snow Cloth' seeds
- Annual 12cm
- Pure white flowers
- Good for beds, rockeries and edging
Annual growing to 12cm. Compact low growing plant that produces masses of small fragrant white flowers. Ideal for carpeting. Can be grown in containers. Attracts bees. Good for beds, rockeries, paths and edging. Also known as "Sweet Alice".
Seeds per gram: 2400
Product code: E4-20
Quick Sowing Guide
|Method||Sow direct or raise seedlings|
|Season||Spring and autumn(anytime in warm climates)|
|Germination||7-14 days @ 18-22°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle||Hardy Annual|
|Position||Full or part sun, well drained soil|
|Days Until Maturity||60 days|
*Notes: Remove spent flowers to prolong flowering. Susceptible to downy mildew. Protect from slugs and snails.
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Ratings & Reviews
Beautiful ground cover that needs constant moisturI've planted these at the bases of most of my feature plants (roses, star jasmine, snail creeper) and managed to get germination and flowering in the middle of Winter (albeit in Inner-West Sydney). Did have a couple of instances in which germination failed altogether, but I'd put this down to the soil momentarily drying out. I suppose they're a bit fragile in this regard, but if you take care of them only a few need germinate to get decent coverage at full maturity. In potting mixtures that were better at retaining moisture compared to my garden beds this was extremely easy.
.I had impressive germination rates & the plants that were started in the spring grew back to be even more impressive in the autumn