Looked beautiful, prolific bloomer, bright colors BUT...after relentless rain for 3 weeks in June, the plants I had in partial shade succumbed to stem rot. I have to give them credit, they really tried to tough it out and put out one last big batch of flowers, but, alas, were feeding millipedes by mid July and had to be pulled. I noticed that out of four colors I tried- red, blue, white & all four did great in the sun (probably because the soil could dry out a little between rainstorms.) The ones in part shade died in the following order (with a week or two in between) blue, yellow/blue bicolor, white, red. It wasn't anything I did, as "Grower information" states the following: "A well drained soil mix is required to produce consistently high quality plants with minimal or no losses. Sunsatia Nemesia does not perform well if grown in a constantly saturated soil mix. Root systems will not expand, root and stem rots can occur, and eventually plant collapse and rot will develop if kept too wet." So, yeah. I would definitely try again for the colors alone! I know if we get too much rain they will die, even in potting soil (which they were in this year) but I'd be willing to take the chance, as long as all of the plants were in full sun.
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