Sweet Alyssums are usually white with pink or purple. Height is up to 1 ft and the blooming season is early.
They are not invasive, endangered, edible or medicinal. The Sweet Alyssums native range is in Southern Europe. They can be gown in regions all over North America. The zones they can be grown in are 3 through 9, perennial in warm regions and grown annually during colder regions.
How to Grow:
The soil preference needs to be adaptable. And the need to be in an area that has full sun to light shade. Average moisture, well drained.
Used all over the world as a fencing flower for flowering borders. Since blooming is quick the Sweet Alyssum
is useful in meadows before growing tall.