Phacelia
P. tanacetifolia Also called Purple Tansy or Lacy Phacelia. Native plant to North America. Widely used as a bee and beneficial insect attractant and soil conditioner plant in Europe. Has hairy toothed leaves and light purple flower spikes. Tolerates cold temperatures and keeps blooming to provide a source of high quality nectar and pollen for bees. Needs darkness to germinate, so cover well (1/4” soil). Seeding rate: 5-8lbs/acre. 400-500 sds/gm.

Phacelia

P. tanacetifolia Also called Purple Tansy or Lacy Phacelia. Native plant to North America. Widely used as a bee and beneficial insect attractant and soil conditioner plant in Europe. Has hairy toothed leaves and light purple flower spikes. Tolerates cold temperatures and keeps blooming to provide a source of high quality nectar and pollen for bees. Needs darkness to germinate, so cover well (1/4” soil). Seeding rate: 5-8lbs/acre. 400-500 sds/gm.
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25 grams 6962A $3.95
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100 grams 6962B $10.75
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450 grams 6962C $38.95
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5 pounds 6962D $106.50
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