The Iberis sempervirens is a flowering plant that is native to the Mediterranean region. It is also known as the Candytuft and it belongs to the family of Caryophyllaceae. The plant has a height of about 10-30 cm and it has a very short stem. The leaves are small and they are arranged in opposite pairs, which form an oval shape.
The Iberis sempervirens flowers from April to June, with white or pink flowers that have five petals each. The flowers grow in clusters on top of long stems that are called racemes.
- Fill the pot with soil and make sure that it is moist but not wet.
- Place the seeds on top of the soil and cover them with about 1 cm of soil.
- Keep the pot in a warm place, preferably at 20 degrees Celsius or higher for about 3 weeks before moving it to a cooler place for germination to take place.