The pure white petals with contrasting dark cocoa-colored stamens and seed pods float above whispy green foliage.
Intriguing, dual-colored, edible blooms on practically care-free plants with lovely, airy foliage. Also known as 'African Bride', Chocolate and Cream will be a dramatic addition to your cut flower arrangements, and the bees will love it in the garden. Interesting, nearly black, miniature, papery "lanterns" form after flowers drop.
Variety Info1" wide, white petals with deep purple to burgundy pistils and stamens
Not recommended; seedlings are sensitive to transplant disturbance.
RECOMMENDED. 2 to 4 weeks before your average last frost date. For continual bloom, sow every 2 to 4 weeks after initial sowing until midsummer. Also sow in early fall for very early spring bloom.