Clarkia Amoena Godetia Farewell to Spring
Who does not love these flowers? Clarkia amoena (farewell to spring or godetia; syn. Godetia amoena) While native to California it is adapted all over the country. It is a native annual that appreciates rich, moist soil, so try to provide those conditions. Plant spring or fall, and simply scatter seed on loosened soil and then compress the seed into the dirt. Do not cover with soil. Easy to grow. Thrives in western North America, found in coastal hills and mountains from British Columbia south to the san Francisco bay area. Clarkia amoena grows to two feet high, with 1" to 2" pink flowers in late spring. This delicate annual grows well in sandy or clay soil and also tolerates salt spray and alkaline soil surprisingly well. Clarkia amoena will grow in full sun or part sun. Planted in drifts, it will have the greatest effect in a garden. Clarkia amoena also tolerates seaside conditions. Clarkia amoena Farewell-to-spring tolerates seaside conditions, alkaline soil, salt, sand and clay. Clarkia amoena Farewell-to-spring's flower color is pink. Plant in beds and borders, grow in rock gardens, and naturalize in open meadows. Tall varieties make good cut flowers. Grows in all zones. Full Sun to light shade.
- This gorgeous flower is native to California but grows well in all regions
- Pink and white striped blooms grow in bouquet-like mounds
- Can be planted in spring and fall
- Thrives in full sun to light shade
- Clarkia amoena Farewell-to-spring tolerates seaside conditions, alkaline soil, salt, sand and clay.
- A pretty heirloom flower.
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