Lavender rose flowers on 32-36" plants.
Due to its prairie heritage, Primadonna thrives in hot and sunny conditions and withstands drought conditions. Large, 5-6" daisy-like lavender rose flowers with a russet central button grow on vigorous, robust plants. The dense, clumped plant habit become a fixture in any perennial border, where flowers can either remain a focal point in the garden or be cut for indoor enjoyment. Cut flower producers like it for both its fresh and dried cut applications. Finishes in approximately 20-24 weeks. Height: 32-36", 12-18" spread.
Packets contain approximately 50 seeds.
Supplied as raw untreated seed.
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