Linaria maroccana (Scrophulariaceae)
An erect, slender annual native to Morocco, which has naturalized throughout the United States. Tiny, delicate flowers with long spurs glisten from short spikes. Flowers come in a multitude of colors ranging from yellow, red and pink to white or purple. Prefers full sun or partial shade, in various soils. Truly spectacular when heavily seeded in an isolated area.
Suggested Use: Floral gardens, mixtures, meadows, open fields, borders.
Miscellaneous: A fun variety to grow from seed. blooms rapidly. The seed is very small and care must be taken not to cover the seed too deeply.
Average Planting Success: 80%
Height: 1-1/2----2 feet
Germination: 10---20 days
Optimum Soil Temp. for Germination: 55°F--65°F
Sowing Depth: Surface Sow
Blooming Period: March----June
Average Seeds Per Pound: 6,580,000
1 oz Covers: 2,723sq.ft.
Seeding Rate: 1 lb. per acre