Origin: US Native
Other Common Names: Spotted Touch-me-not, Spotted Jewelweed, Spotted Touch-me-not, Wild-Touch-Me-Not, Touch-Me-Not
Bloom Time: Summer
Height: 36” to 48”
Spacing: 18” to 24”
Light: Full Sun to Woodland
Soil Moisture: Wet to Medium
USDA Zone: 3a-9b
Germination: Sow seeds just below moist soil surface at 70F for 1 month. Move to 30F for 1 month, then bring back to 50F.
Seeds Per Oz: 4000
Attractive orange streaked or spotted flowers dangle from slender, watery stems, often glistening in the sunshine. These delicate flowers give way to slender seed capsules which explosively split open at a touch when ripe, hence the common name of touch-me-not. The stem secretions of this native plant have been proven to act as a fungicide, and well as soothing skin irritations, such as those caused by poison ivy and stinging nettles. This beautiful wildflower is a particular attraction to the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird, as well as butterflies and bees. Upland game-birds enjoy eating the large seeds, so do not be surprised if Ruffed Grouse, Ring-Necked Pheasants, Prairie Chickens, and Bobwhite Quail are attracted to your fields or meadows!
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Note: Many wildflowers can grow in areas outside of their natural range.
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