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The Godetia, 'Clarkia amoena', is a native American Wildflower that has tall spikes of shimmering, satiny petals. This Godetia is a native to California and British Columbia and is one of the most beautiful flowers you can grow. The flowers are satiny, wavy, and rippling, looking somewhat like a full skirt and are ideal as a cut flower. Godetia is dramatic grown in large pots. Place in full sun in coastal climates, and in part shade in hot summer climatesGodetia blooms June through August in most climates. Godetia prefers average garden soil that is well drained. They do not like to be over watered. To use stems as cut flowers, cut when the top bud opens and the others will open shortly after. Plant in the spring, 2 weeks before the average last frost date. In zones 8 through 10, plant in the fall.
Scientific Name : Clarkia amoena

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