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A little known but worthy annual, catchfly seeds will produce a bevy of pink, purple, or magenta clusters just one to two feet tall. The name originates from its ability to trap small insects by the sticky sap exuded onto the stem, so plant catchfly seeds in your bee and butterfly garden. Give this low-growing annual a chance—it's one of the very easiest wildflowers to grow, it blooms heavily, grows quickly, and will return next year if its seeds fall on bare ground.
Growing catchfly seeds in your garden
- Also known as "None-So-Pretty"
- Classic wildflower that is a welcome addition to any meadow garden.
- Attracts pollinators