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This hardy perennial wildflower is native to the central and eastern US. “Hoary” refers to its fuzzy stems and leaves, and “skullcap” comes from the helmet-shaped calyxes of its flowers. The plants bear long racemes of two-lipped blue flowers from July to September, and can thrive in full sun to partial shade. 0.25 gram pocket contains approximately 140 seeds.
Skullcap seeds should be wet-cold stratified for 60 days, then started indoors and planted out after the last frost. Sow shallowly.
|0.25 g||140||perennial||60 days wet-cold|
|Sowing Method||Seed Depth||Days to Sprout||Mature Spacing|
|Sun Requirement||Frost Tolerance||Bloom Season||Special Notes|
|part shade-full sun||dies back in winter||July-September||spreading, needs containment|