This drought-resistant, perennial herb grows in full sun and draws a number of beneficial insects to your garden, flowering from April to October. The seeds are tiny, and seedlings take a long time to establish. It is easier and faster to propagate by division. In early spring divide into individual or small groups of rosettes and replant, cutting back the leaves to reduce moisture loss. To save seeds collect in September, separate from the chaff, and cold store them in a dry container. Sow indoors in late winter or outdoors in April. Share with your friends!

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