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Dame's Rocket

Hesperis matronalis


Soil Type - Sandy loam
Soil pH - Neutral
Water - Moist to Dry
Light - Full sun - part shade


Height - up to 3 ft.
Time of Bloom - June - July
Flower colors - Pink/Purple, white
Propagation - Seed
Transplants - Fair

A garden flower that has escaped to the natural environment. A short lived plant, Dame's Rocket is a prolific self-seeder and is more often seen along roadsides than in gardens in St. Lawrence Co. Seed is held in long thin pods and is easy to collect.

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