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Phacelia

Phacelia p. tanacetifolia
HOW TO GROW PHACELIA

Direct seed at 1/4” as soon as soil can be worked for a cool season spring cover crop, or plant in early fall for a cover crop (only if temperatures don’t go below 20F in your region). Sow in seedling trays and transplant outside after last frost if you’re growing it as a flower in your garden.

Planting Depth 1/4"
Days to Germ. 5-10 days
Plant Spacing 6”
Row Spacing 18”
Days To Maturity 75-80 days

 

  • Phacelia
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Phacelia is also known as “Bee’s Friend”. Bees love these whorls of lacy purple flowers. 2-3′ tall, fast-growing plants attract dozens of pollinating species that result in a stunning chorus of varied buzzes. A local beekeeper plants acres of Phacelia for his honey production. If planted near Brassica beds, Phacelia...
Phacelia is also known as “Bee’s Friend”. Bees love these whorls of lacy purple flowers. 2-3′ tall, fast-growing plants attract dozens of pollinating species that result in a stunning chorus of varied buzzes. A local beekeeper plants acres of Phacelia for his honey production. If planted near Brassica beds, Phacelia attract parasitic wasps, syrphid flies and other beneficial insects that prey on aphids and other pests. Tags: Season: Spring, Summer, Fall.

Phacelia is native to the Southwestern US and northwestern Mexico. It’s most commonly found in deserts of southern California below 5000 feet, but sometimes is found at higher elevations too.
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  • Phacelia

Phacelia

Phacelia p. tanacetifolia
Phacelia is also known as “Bee’s Friend”. Bees love these whorls of lacy purple flowers. 2-3′ tall, fast-growing plants attract dozens of pollinating species that result in a stunning chorus of varied buzzes. A local beekeeper plants acres of Phacelia for his h...
Phacelia is also known as “Bee’s Friend”. Bees love these whorls of lacy purple flowers. 2-3′ tall, fast-growing plants attract dozens of pollinating species that result in a stunning chorus of varied buzzes. A local beekeeper plants acres of Phacelia for his honey production. If planted near Brassica beds, Phacelia attract parasitic wasps, syrphid flies and other beneficial insects that prey on aphids and other pests. Tags: Season: Spring, Summer, Fall.

Phacelia is native to the Southwestern US and northwestern Mexico. It’s most commonly found in deserts of southern California below 5000 feet, but sometimes is found at higher elevations too.
Learn More
HOW TO GROW PHACELIA

Direct seed at 1/4” as soon as soil can be worked for a cool season spring cover crop, or plant in early fall for a cover crop (only if temperatures don’t go below 20F in your region). Sow in seedling trays and transplant outside after last frost if you’re growing it as a flower in your garden.

Planting Depth 1/4"
Days to Germ. 5-10 days
Plant Spacing 6”
Row Spacing 18”
Days To Maturity 75-80 days

 

Meet Your Farmer

We promote fair trade, organic practices and environmental responsibility throughout the Restoration Seeds supply chain. Below are the family farmers and seed suppliers who bring our open pollinated seeds to you.

Deep Harvest Farm Certified Organic by WA Dept. of Ag. Seed grower since 2010
Deep Harvest Farm is a certified-organic vegetable, seed and flower farm on Whidbey Island in NW Washington. Run by Annie Jesperson and Nathaniel Talbot, the farm focuses on year-round vegetable production, taking extra steps to use ecological soil management practices such as minimal tillage, the use of compost and cover cropping.
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