Snow-in-summer is a perennial flower that gets its common name from its blooming habit. It blooms profusely in the early summer, with a blanket of notched pristine white flowers that suggest a fresh snowfall.
These leaves spread a mat of foliage from which flower stems rise in late spring/early summer. Snow-in-summer spreads quickly by reseeding and by producing runners when grown in favorable conditions. Newly germinated seedlings should be planted in early spring.
Package Size: 50 seeds per pack
Germination Rate: 75%
Germination Time: 14 – 21 Days
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