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Dame's Rocket seeds - Garden Seeds -  Biennial Flower Seeds
PR00795

DAME'S ROCKET SEEDS

Hesperis matronalis

  • Wonderfully fragrant flowers at night
  • Flowers attract butterflies, hummingbirds and moths
  • Easy to grow in sun or light shade

This old-fashioned, cottage garden plant produces rounded clusters of violet flowers that are similar to stock and are wonderfully fragrant at night. Grows 2-3 feet tall. Easy to grow from seed. Often self-sows. Winter hardy to zone 3. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 2,000 seeds.

Dame's Rocket seeds cannot ship to CO, CT, MA, NH, or WI.

Ounce: $1.99 QTY:
Dame's Rocket Mix seeds - Garden Seeds -  Perennial Flower Seeds
PR16115

DAME'S ROCKET MIX
Seeds

A beautiful blend of violet and white fragrant flowers on easy to grow 2-3 foot plants. Winter hardy to zone 3. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 2,000 seeds.

Dame's Rocket cannot ship to CO, CT, MA, NH, or WI.

Ounce: $1.99 QTY:
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How to Plant DAME'S ROCKET Seeds

Direct sow into prepared seed beds that have been cleared of weeds and have had the top 1 inch of soil loosened. Rake seed in. Press into soil by walking over the area. Keep moist until germination. Can be started indoors in 2 inch containers.
Comments: Full or part sun, light shade in hottest climates. Prefers ample water, tolerates moderate water, average garden soil. Flowers elicit a delicious, sweet, clove-live fragrance at night. Removing old flowers promotes bloom, limits self-sowing. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. "Rocket" is the name plants were originally given due to their speedy spring growth. Plants are deer resistant.

Hesperis matronalis blooms circa 1805.