Lacy Phacelia Seeds

About Lacy Phacelia

This lovely ornamental produces clusters of lavender/blue blooms that are highly attractive to bees and butterflies! Lacy Phacelia is a quick growing wildflower, often used as a cover crop, but highly valued for its lovely bloom and fern like foliage. If you are looking to attract pollinators and other beneficial insects to your garden, this easy to grow annual is just the ticket.

When to Plant Lacy Phacelia Seeds

Sow seeds in the early spring when there is still a chance of frost.

Where to Plant Lacy Phacelia Seeds

Lacy Phacelia thrives in full sun and prefers poor, rocky, sandy, well-drained soils. They are an excellent choice for borders, cottage gardens, city gardens, and wildlife gardens. Lacy Phacelia also makes great cut flowers!

How to Plant Lacy Phacelia Seeds

Press seeds into the soil 1/8-1/4" deep. Keep seeds moist until germination, about 7-12 days after sowing your seeds. Thin seedlings to 12" apart.

How to Care for Lacy Phacelia

After planting, water every 3 days for the first month. Be sure to give it a good soak so that the water gets down to the roots. If seedlings and spreading is not desire, deadhead spent blooms.

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