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Dodecatheon Seeds...Seed from Shooting Stars...American Cowslip Seeds




Hardiness Zone: 4-7
Common Names: American Cowslip, Shooting Star, Indian Chief,
Height: 12" - 18"
Spread:
Flower color: Lavender-Pink
Bloom time: Spring
Light: Part Shade
Water: Average/Moist
Soil: Average/Fertile
Other info:









Dodecatheon meadia
Goliath
** Dodecatheon Flower **

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Germination: Seeds are best sown (winter sown) in large pots or direct to flower bed location in September.   Germination would take place late winter, early spring; late March or April.   Alternatively, sow in container (place container inside sandwich baggie to retain moisture) and place container in the refrigerator for *at least* eight (8) weeks, up to 16 weeks as germination occurs at temperatures under 45°F.

Informational/Photo Links:
1) Dodecatheon at Dave's Garden
2) Dodecatheon at Wikipedia
3) Dodecatheon at USDA
4) Dodecatheon at Missouri Botanical Gardens

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