First grown in the United States by Thomas Jefferson, Kiss-Me-Over-The-Garden-Gate is a spectacular, old-fashioned cottage garden favorite. Fast growing, the thick, sturdy stems rise to 5Â and bear flamboyant, arching, pendulous bright pink, bead like, flower clusters 3-4 long. Lush, heart-shaped leaves are very pretty. Makes an excellent cut flower too. Rich soil is best. 5-10 ft. Hardy Annual/Reseeding. Make an excellent sumer hedge. Lures beneficial pollinators such as bees, wasps and flies. Flowers from midsummer until frost. Direct seed or transplant.
Publisher: Hirt's Gardens
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