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Flowers: Iberis/Candytuft
Iberis spp.
An ornamental genus of the Brassica family, sweetly scented or stinky depending upon your inclination. Makes for showy beds and containers of umbiliform flower clusters that are attractive to butterflies and beneficial insects. These can be autumn sown in milder climates. The essential difference between species umbellata vs amara is the "rocket" effect of the amara species as its inflorescence extends during blooming, creating towers rather than tufts.
Seeds Per Gram: 410

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 Rose Cardinal (Iberis/Candytuft)  Rose Cardinal 
NEW FOR 2017! A beautiful color for borders or beds, this is my favorite Iberis, taller than 'White candytuft', and best grown in full sun. Sow early or in autumn for good flowering before summer heat. pricing and more info...
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 White Candytuft (Iberis/Candytuft)  White Candytuft 
NEW FOR 2017! Slightly sprawling mounds of small white flowers make scented borders 12" high, each plant spreading 18" or more. Attractive to butterflies, pollinators, and beneficials. pricing and more info...
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 White Pinnacle (Iberis/Candytuft)  White Pinnacle 
NEW FOR 2017! This creates sparkling white towers of flower showers up to 2' tall. Fragrant and stately. Requires full sun and good drainage. pricing and more info...
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