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Sea Blush Flowers, 100 Seeds Per Packet, Non GMO Seeds

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Product Type Flowers
Brand Isla's Garden Seeds
Color Pink/Light Pink Hue
Expected Blooming Period Spring to Summer
Sunlight Exposure Full Sun
Expected Planting Period Spring
USDA Hardiness Zone 5,6,7,8,9,10
Moisture Needs Moderate Watering

About this item

Sea Blush is often found on grassy bluffs near the ocean. Its name is derived from the color of its blooms, which are a light pink color. This flower can also be found in moist meadows, on open rocky slopes and along the buttes and foothills throughout the Northwest. Sea Blush is a flower that is appealing to the eye, but may not be to your sense of smell. It releases an unpleasant odor that is not consistent with its aesthetic appearance. In the Northwest, fall plant this flower for the best results. Natives are known for needing cold weather to help spur them out of the ground. Patience is necessary, as many natives take longer to grow, and some may take up to 3 years to fully establish themselves.

  • Scientific Name Plectritis congesta Product Type Native Flower Color Pink/Light Pink 
  • Cycle Annual
  • Origin Native
  • Height 14-24"
  • Planting Season Early Spring, Fall
  • Bloom Season Spring, Summer
  • Weeks to Bloom 4 to 6 weeks
  • USDA Zones: 5,6,7,8,9,10:
  • Please submit a review to help the growth and success of Isla's Garden!

Product Type Flowers
Brand Isla's Garden Seeds
Color Pink/Light Pink Hue
Expected Blooming Period Spring to Summer
Sunlight Exposure Full Sun
Expected Planting Period Spring
USDA Hardiness Zone 5,6,7,8,9,10
Moisture Needs Moderate Watering

About this item

Sea Blush is often found on grassy bluffs near the ocean. Its name is derived from the color of its blooms, which are a light pink color. This flower can also be found in moist meadows, on open rocky slopes and along the buttes and foothills throughout the Northwest. Sea Blush is a flower that is appealing to the eye, but may not be to your sense of smell. It releases an unpleasant odor that is not consistent with its aesthetic appearance. In the Northwest, fall plant this flower for the best results. Natives are known for needing cold weather to help spur them out of the ground. Patience is necessary, as many natives take longer to grow, and some may take up to 3 years to fully establish themselves.

  • Scientific Name Plectritis congesta Product Type Native Flower Color Pink/Light Pink 
  • Cycle Annual
  • Origin Native
  • Height 14-24"
  • Planting Season Early Spring, Fall
  • Bloom Season Spring, Summer
  • Weeks to Bloom 4 to 6 weeks
  • USDA Zones: 5,6,7,8,9,10:
  • Please submit a review to help the growth and success of Isla's Garden!