Clarkia amoena
‘Gloria’

“Farewell to Spring”

What could be more easy and rewarding to grow for your Spring garden than one of our California native Clarkia’s? Besides providing armloads of very long-lasting cut flowers, they eagerly self-sow, returning with abandon each Spring. Clarkia amoena ‘Gloria’ bears, all during Spring, a profusion of 2.5” across, clear rose, cup-shaped blooms atop branching stems to 30” tall (perfect for cutting). Best in well-drained, average soil, their self-sown seedlings will require no watering at all the next season! Nice container plant too.

Annie

Sun
Average to no water

Annual
All zones