NAME: Sweet Everlasting
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Sweet Cudweed / Old-Field Balsam / Life-Everlasting / Rabbit Tobacco / Indian Posy / Cat's Foot
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Gnaphalium Obtusifolium syn. Pseudognaphalium Obtusifolium
COLOR: White with Yellow Centers
PLANT SEEDS: Fall sow seeds or cold stratify
BLOOM TIME: July - Sept
HARDINESS ZONE: Annual / Biennial
PLANT HEIGHT: 20 - 32"
PLANT SPACING: 12 - 18"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average - Dry
QUANTITY: 100 Seeds
OTHER: Sweet Everlasting is an Eastern North American native herb, used medicinally by the Native American Indians. It is also a host plant for the beautiful Painted Lady Butterfly. It is able to tolerate dry or sandy soil. Summer into fall, clusters of flowers on white tipped stems bloom above the long thin leaves. The leaves smell like maple syrup when they crushed, & are great to use in potpourris. Being an ‘Everlasting’, it is also great for cut or dried flowers.
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Apr 11, 2021
It shipped and arrived in a reasonable amount of time. It is too early to plant in SE Minnesota, USA, so I don't know much about the performance of the seeds yet. :)
Feb 7, 2021
great seeds and looking forward to spring, thanks!