Widely grown in North America and Europe, Polka Dot Mix is considered the gemstone of gardens. That’s the reason it can be seen in all well-known gardens all over the globe. Self-pollinated or by bees and butterflies, the flower reaches its highest potential in spring and summer. Used for fences, driveways, walkways, and beds, this category of Centaurea Cyanus is popular because of its attractive fragrance.
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Scientific Name: Centaurea Cyanus
Common Name: Polka Dot Mix
Plant Type: Hardy Annual
Native Range: North America, Europe
Full Growth Height: 16-24 in
Width in Across: 6 in
Exposure: Full Sun
Blooming Season: Late Spring, Summer
Pollinators: Self, Flies, Bees
Flower Color: Mixed
Water Requirement: Dry, Moderate
Soil Type: Sand, Loam
Uses: Fences, Driveways, Walkways, beds, Food, etc.