Stock, Asa No Kagayaki
Translated from Japanese, the name means “morning glow,” and indeed these hazy apricot blooms are reminiscent of the sunrise during golden hour. The strong, thick stems are smothered in ruffled petals and waft a gorgeous clove-like fragrance. This single-stem variety requires a chilling period and therefore should be planted in late winter/early spring. It is not suitable for a late spring or summer planting. We love to eat stock flowers, which taste delicious in salads, baked goods and other recipes that call for a sweet, warming flavor note.
- Full Sun
- Sprouts in 7-14
- Ideal Temperature: 60-75 Degrees F
- Seed Depth: 1/4”
- Plant Spacing: 12”
- Frost Hardy: Yes
- Matthiola incana
Growing Tips: Transplant or direct seed in place in early spring. Plants prefer full sun and well-draining soils. Succession plant for continuous blooms.
Availability: Out of stockMinimum Seed Count: 30
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