Min Qty: 4 g
Description: Tall mix of red, orange and gold blooms that are edible and add spice to a salad. Native of South and Central America, it was first imported to Spain in 1569. Plants spread out but need support to climb. Keeps blooming if cut. Works well in containers and window boxes. Good companion plant for radishes, tomatoes and squash.
Planting Instructions: 65 days. Sow seeds 1/2" deep in average, well-drained soil after last frost or start indoors 4-6 weeks before last frost then transplant after hardening off. Thin plants to 8-12". Loves full sun and cool weather, but will tolerate partial shade.