Mountain Gold Alyssum is a low growing perennial with evergreen foliage that produces a mass of bright-yellow flowers in mid to late spring.
Alyssum loves a dry, rocky soil and full sun; although it will tolerate light shade.
It will work well in rocky gardens, as flower borders or in containers.
Variety: Alyssum Mountain Gold
Average Germ Time: 7 - 21 days
Light Required: Yes
Depth: Cover seed lightly with peat moss after sowing
Moisture: Keep soil moist until germination, but not wet.
Plant Spacing: 6 inches
Days to Plant Maturity: 56 – 63 days
Set the seeds on the top of soil, barely cover or press lightly into.
Keep soil moist at 64-70°F until seeds germinate.
When seedlings germinate, need bright light 16 hours/day on and 8 hours off at night. Harden off before transplanting.
You can also start seed outdoors after the danger of frost has passed and is warm enough; the night time temperatures staying in the upper 40's or warmer.
This ground cover seed needs light to germinate.
Keep the seeds moist until germination.
If you are going to plant Alyssum Gold in the late summer, make sure you have 8 - 10 weeks before frost season begins.
After sowing Alyssum seeds, maintain adequate moisture to ensure germination and establishment.
Give them plenty of water in dry weather.
Once Mountain Gold Alyssum is established, it is drought tolerant.
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I am still waiting for the alyssum to flower but the plants look great!
This seed did not do well for me. The germination rate was very low, and the plants never matured to the blossom stage. My white and purple alyssum did very well.
Good germination rate.
I planted some flats in March, then sowed the rest in April. The plants all germinated and have grown as pictured.