The Dirty Gardener Lewis Flax Flowers, 19,000+ Seeds/1 Ounce
Blue Flax. Blue Flax (Linum lewisii) is a perennial flower in the family Linaceae and is native to North American from Alaska south to Baja, California and from the Pacific Coast east to the Mississippi River. It should be planted in loose, dry, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. It will reseed itself, so if volunteer seedlings are not wanted the blooms need to be deadheaded. It is excellent for attracting birds and butterflies. Other common name: Lewis flax, blue flax or prairie flax. Product Details: Product Name: Blue Flax. Latin Name: Linum lewisii. Type: Flower. Color: blue. Cycle: Perennial. Origin: Native Height: 24-36". Germination Time: 20-25 Days. Planting Season: Spring and Fall. Bloom Season: Spring.
- Sweet little blue flower provides a burst of early spring color
- Native to plains regions but can grow almost anywhere
- Adaptable, but prefers loose sandy soil and full sun
- Non-GMO seeds have great germination and grow from 2 to 3 feet tall