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Sabatia campestris 
Meadow Pinks

Item #: 3066
Category: Wildflowers
Habit: Annual
Bloom: Mar-July
Height: 9-12
Planting Rates: 20 sq. ft.

1 pkt - $6.00



Soil Moisture

Sand Loam Clay Caliche  Full  Partial Dappled Shade
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for more info see Related Books
  Wildflowers of Texas
  Wildflowers of the Texas Hill Country
  Texas Wildflowers: A Field Guide
  100 Texas Wildflowers
  Wildflowers of Houston & Southeast Texas
  Native Texas Plants: Landscaping Region by Region


Meadow Pinks can often be found growing around old home sites in the southeast, probably because this is one of the few wildflowers that can be transplanted successfully. They are native to the eastern two-thirds of Texas. The cheerful little blooms are eye-catching in masses, and work very well in wildflower meadow plantings. If you use Meadow Pinks in a flower border, just sow the seeds among the other plants, and let them come up where they will. The seeds are very fine, so do not bury them! Once you have them started, they will self-sow well.

Meadow Pinks grow well with a diversity of other native plants (above)

Thank you Carol for hand-collecting these seeds locally and for the wonderful photographs of Meadow Pinks growing on your property!


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