Hosackia gracilis, Coast Lotus. 1946. https://gobotany.nativeplanttrust.org/species/claytonia/sibirica One packet contains enough seed for 20 to 30 plants. You may be interested in... Add to Cart . Sold Out. SKU. Capsules, 2.5-3.5 mm long; seeds 1, sometimes 3, round to elliptic, black, shiny or dull, 1.5-2 mm long. Compare WishList. In stock. Days to Maturity: 40 days. Add ... 1/32 oz approx. The leaves can be cut individually for salads as soon as they are large enough. That said, there are always exceptions, such as gumplant (Grindelia stricta), or peppermint candy flower (Claytonia sibirica), which reseed so vigorously that they can be safely broadcast sown. Continue harvesting the leaves until the plant starts to flower in spring. Starting at: As low as $2.95. The foliage stays with us the gardening season long. Claytonia. Transplants: 4-6 seeds/cell at 8-10” in rows 12-18” apart. Claytonia perfoliata. Direct seeding rate: 20-30 seeds/foot in a rows 12-18” apart. Be the first to review this product . Carl is a very generous and knowledgeable Plantsman, and it was from Carl that I received Claytonia sibirica. Some books say they can be lightly boiled or steamed if you prefer. Notes: A highly variable species sometimes confused with C. cordifolia. 1,400 seeds. Sort by. Source: The Illustrated Flora of British Columbia. Each species' listing will tell you this and much more information. Genus Claytonia are annuals or perennials, deciduous or evergreen, with fleshy leaves and small pink or white flowers Details C. sibirica is an annual or herbaceous perennial producing a rosette of rather fleshy leaves, and upright, leafy stems, to about 20cm, topped with loose clusters of small, pink or white flowers in late spring and early summer An easy to grow perennial for the shade garden, it also seeds itself into a dramatic colony in just a year or two. Illustration. For home garden cultivation, seed may be dispersed or plants set in virtually any soil type, although Claytonia thrives in moist, peaty soil. Seeds can also be sown in spring - but the plant's greatest value is as a winter salad when there is little else in the garden. Size. Not only is Claytonia sibirica a long bloomer in the Spring, but it blooms off and on all Summer and Autumn. Plant Claytonia 4-6 weeks before the last frost when soil temperatures are between 50-55 degrees F. (10-12 C.) in a shaded to partially shaded location, in rows that are 8-12 inches apart, ¼ inch deep and space the rows ½ inch away from each other. The foliage is thick, supple and seems almost succulent. SCIENTIFIC NAME: Claytonia Sibirica COLOR: Pink Striped PLANT SEEDS: Spring or Fall BLOOM TIME: April - Sept HARVEST: April - Sept HARDINESS ZONE: 4 - 8 PLANT HEIGHT: 6" PLANT SPACING: 12 - 15" LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Shade SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Moist QUANTITY: 20 Seeds OTHER: The Siberian Spring Beauty is both lovely & edible! Filters. Claytonia sibirica Click to enlarge Carl Hanscomb has one of the coolest gardens I've ever visited. Add to Cart . A Japanese theme pervades the cascading beds and borders with some great water running through the property in Occidental California.

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