This latest generation of Inca breeding is more grower and gardener friendly than its predecessor. The more dwarf plant
habit and earlier bloom time (7 to 10 days earlier) allow growers to narrow down their production time and to sell their Incas in flower at a shorter height than in the past. For gardeners, the
stronger bloom stems hold the 4" flowers upright, without the risk of their bending at the neck. The flowers
are more fully double than before, thus repelling water more easily and avoiding the nasty bloom rot that may have occurred in the past.
Color: Colorful blend of gold, orange and yellow
Approximately 158,045 seeds per pound
Soil temperature: 70 - 75 degrees fahrenheit
Germination days: 5 - 8 days
Grow on temperature day: 65 - 75 degrees fahrenheit
Grow on temperature night: 60 - 65 degrees fahrenheit
Weeks indoor: 8 - 15 weeks
Plant spread: 12 - 14 inches
Plant height: 12-14"
Plant type: annual