How to Plant EUPATORIUM SEEDS Seeds
Sow in 2 inch pots or cell packs,
press into soil and barely
cover. Needs light to germinate. Kept at 70° F.,
germination is usually within
4 weeks. If not, put container
inside a zip-lock bag and
place in the refrigerator for 4
weeks. Remove and return
to 70° F. until
germination occurs. See Starting Seeds for more information.
Comments: Full or part sun, light shade in hottest climates. Rich soil, ample water. Flowers are nectar rich; among the best blooms for attracting butterflies. Hummingbirds also love them. Flowers are excellent cut for fresh or dried arrangements. Plants are rabbit and deer resistant.