Many species, kinds, and colors, but all prefer to sprout in cold soil, then bloom as it gets hot.
Sow in place, covering very lightly, and thin to 6” if necessary.
They need light to germinate, so tamp the prepared bed lightly before sowing so that they don’t get buried, and protect from birds.
Generally, sow in fall in the West, and early spring in the East or high altitudes.
A/Height 18-36"/Spacing 12"