Sweet alyssum blooms continuously from spring to fall, lending its sweet scent to the garden air. It attracts pollinators and is drought and heat tolerant. Edible flower clusters make a charming garnish to salads and desserts. It's best grown as an annual; although perennial in USDA zones 5 and warmer, plants become leggy in the second year.
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