This plant is a friend to bees and butterflies, and it provides nutritious seeds for birds.
With pure white blooms, these flowers will be a delight to your eyes.
Directly sow in the garden in early spring at a depth of 1/2 inch in rich, moist soil. Germination should occur within 7 to 10 days.
Water the seedlings until they are well established. Mature plants can tolerate drought. Trim the tops of the branches to encourage a fuller appearance. It may be necessary to support the branches with a stake if they become too tall.