FAIRY WAND SEEDS
Angel's Fishing Rod
From June to August, these graceful evergreen perennials produce elegant, pink, red, or purple bell-shaped flowers on long, wiry 4-7′ stems. The swordlike leaves grow to 3-4′ long and ½″ wide. Fairy Wand looks terrific near swimming pools, against a background of dark green shrubs, or in large containers. Winter hardy to zone 7.
DARK CERISE Fairy Wand
Dark cerise bell-shaped flowers on long, wiry, 4-7′ stems. Blooms from June to August, above graceful, evergreen, 3-4′, sword-like leaves. Beautiful near swimming pools, and thrives in large containers. Winter hardy to zone 7.
How to Plant Fairy Wand Seeds
Sow fairy wand seeds in cell packs or flats, press into soil but do not cover. Needs light to germinate. Kept a 65°F., germination is irregular over a period of 14-60 days. Transplant into the garden 2′ apart. See starting your seeds for more information.