Iberis is one of the most tolerant of all annuals. This quick growing plant, produces clusters of fragrant white, pink or red flowers. The blooms may be numerous enough to completely cover the lance-shaped leaves. It is highly attractive to beneficial insects.
Sow seeds in September or February/March where they are to flower.
Thrives best in full sun.
Any well-drained garden soil will do.
Most plant cells look like little boxes full of green disks. The disks are called chloroplasts. Other organelles inside a plant cell include a nucleus (where the DNA is kept), a large central vacuole (where water and other materials are stored) and a complex internal skeleton or cytoskeleton made of various proteins.