Callirhoe leiopcarpa (Wine Cup) Wildflower Seeds -Rock gardens, borders, wooden barrels, hanging baskets, meadows.

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Callirhoe involucrata (Malvaceae)
A hardy, drought tolerant, sprawling perennial native to Texas and the central United States. The numerous trailing stems spread vine-like over the ground originating from a carrot­like tuber. The magnificent dark purple­red or wine colored flowers are numerous found at the end of slender stems. The flowers close each evening and remain permanently shut after pollination. The stems and leaves of the entire plant die back in the heat of summer and should be trimmed to promote fall growth. Easy to grow from seed, or can be started from the carrot­like tuber. Prefers full sun in gravelly or sandy soils.
Callirhoe leiopcarpa (Wine Cup) Wildflower Seeds -100 Seeds

Miscellaneous: Keeping the faded or pollinated blooms picked will prolong the growing season. The trailing stems do not root as one might expect.

Average Planting Success: 70%
Height: 6---18 inches
Germination: 28---56 days
Optimum Soil Temp. for Germination: 68°F--­80°F
Sowing Depth: 1/8"
Blooming Period: February----July
Average Seeds Per Pound: 82,100
Seeding Rate: 5 lbs per acre, 1 oz covers 545 sq. ft.
Seeds/Pkt: 100
Seeding Rate: Each packet will cover 15 sq. ft

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Materials: Rock gardens,borders,wooden barrels,hanging baskets,meadows,Wine cup,wildflowers seeds,hardy,drought tolerant,sprawling perennial

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