Scientific Name: Centaurea cyanus

Grown in Williams, Oregon

Originating from the Mediterranean region, this vigorous self-seeder might appear invasive if it were less pretty. Nonetheless, it is always a delightful site in the garden, sprouting wherever it pleases. Children particularly enjoy indulging in it's blue and purple flowers. Sow in early spring, directly in the garden, and expect flowers by mid summer.

  • Seeds Per Pack: 50 Organically Certified Seeds
  • Annual Hardiness: Hardy Annual
  • Approximately 80 Days to Maturity Depending on Conditions
  • Full Sun Preferred
  • Soil: Regular, well-drained soil
  • Season: Spring to Summer
  • Color: Deep Blue