Rising from a tall stem, stock has dense clusters of small single- and double- blossomed flowers. Stock first became known outside of the Mediterranean region toward the end of the Middle Ages. Stock is valued for its use as a complementary flower and its fragrant, spicy clovelike scent.
year-round, peak in spring and summer
white, yellow, apricot, pale pink, dark pink, purple
strong, spicy clove scent
promptness, lasting beauty
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