Millet ‘Lime Light’, Setaria italic – 50 OR 200 seeds avg
A corn-like plant that has green foliage and a draping head. If the flower heads are left in the garden to go to seed, the birds adore eating them.
To have a continuous supply of Sunflowers and Lime Light Millet on our cut-flower farm we plant some each week. Both have similar seed to bloom timing (60-70 days) which makes them perfect garden mates.
- Full Sun.
- Ht. 36-60″.
- Start seeds indoors for an early start or plant directly in the garden after danger of frost and the soil has begun to warm.
- Do not cover seed, 5-10 days to germinate.
- Harvest heads when fully mature for best color.