Godetia amoena is part of the Godetia genus. Its scientific name is Godetia amoena. The botanical name epithet for Godetia amoena (amoena) means attractive looking . A type of flower, it mainly grows as an annual plant – which means it typically only grows best for a single growing season. Azaleas are a popular yard shrub due to their ability to bloom in a wide variety of conditions and their vibrant colors. These tough plants, which are sown, flower and die in the space of just six months or so, are easy to grow and very rewarding. They can be sown from late February, but if sowing before early April, it’s best to start them off indoors; a sunny windowsill, greenhouse or well-lit shed is ideal. Common name: Godetia, Satin Flower, Atlasflower. Color: white, pink, purple, lavender, and red. Bloom time: Flowers bloom early to mid summer. Height: Plant Height: 30-40 cm Plant Spread: 40-50 cm Difficulty level: Easy
|Features||Godetia are good re-seeders.