Clarkia – Mountain Garland Mix
$2.50 – $40.95
Mountain Garland is native to the western United States. This flower comes in a variety of fluorescent shades of pinks, purples and whites. Mountain Garland is a close relative of Godetia. This plant grows 2-3 feet tall in the Northwest and may need support once full-grown. Zones 1-11 provide good growing climate. The buds bloom from the lower portions of the long stems to the top. Mountain Garland makes an excellent cut flower and will last longer if it is cut when the flowers are just starting to bloom at the bottom of the stem and there are a lot of buds left to open on the top. This flower is brilliantly colored and stunningly bright. Plant it in a sunlit area that receives partial shade. Like its relative, the Godetia, it will not survive when planted in an arid or humid climate. Also like the Godetia, this flower needs soil that is lacking in nutrients; otherwise it will be overwhelmed with a lot of foliage and few blooms. Soil that is low in nitrogen supports this flower particularly well. Mountain Garland needs to be planted outdoors and does not transplant well. It should be planted in the spring, but if you are located in zones 7-10 you can also plant it in the fall.
Seeding Rate is 2 pounds per acre if using a seed drill to plant with in rows. If broadcasting by hand you will need at least 2 to 2.5 times that amount (4-5 pounds).
Approximate rates for planting around your yard (heavier rates):
10 Grams covers approximately 150 sq. ft
1/4 Pound covers approximately 1,000 sq. ft
1 Pound covers approximately 4,000 sq. ft
*Wholesale pricing is available on orders of 3 pounds or more of this seed. Minimum order for wholesale pricing is $100. If interested, please contact us for more information.
Covers approximately 10 square feet.
Covers approximately 10,890 square feet.
Covers approximately 21,780 square feet.
Flower, Flower Mix
Pink, Purple, Red, White
North American Native species
Spring, Summer, Fall
|Weeks to Bloom||
7 to 8 weeks
1 to 11
|Seeds Per Pound||
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Bats, Birds, Butterflies, Honey Bees, Native Bees
Mountain Garland is native to the western United States