Bachelor Button Cornflower Dwarf Blue Jubilee Gem Seed attract butterflies and are superb cut flowers regardless of whether they are fresh or dried. These plants need little care and as a bonus they are deer resistant. If you're planting in areas that have mild summers, you can expect that they'll continue flowering until September if you take care to consistently removed old flowers. They bees and butterflies and for optimal results, make sure that you sow the seeds in fall if you're in a place with mild winters, or wait until early spring if you have harsher winters. They should be directly sown in rows, ideally 6 seeds/foot as early as spring when the soil has been worked on, for optimal results. Ensure they are 6-12 inches apart. For the best results it is easier to start indoors in 2 inch pots, at least 4-6 weeks prior to planting them outside in the garden or on land. They should be kept at 65 degrees Fahrenheit and germinations is between 1-2 weeks. It is best to plant them in full sun, or partial sun in warmer climates. They tend to tolerate a wide range of soils provided it has good drainage, therefore ensure it is moist frequently for optimal results.