Love-in-a-mist seeds drop from their capsules in late summer or early fall.
The more densely love-in-a-mist grows, the more plush its soft green carpet effect will be this time of year.
Love-in-a-mist is not a drought-tolerant ground cover in the manner of gazania, ice plant or trailing rosemary.
Seed capsules of love-in-a-mist will last all winter in everlasting dry flower arrangements.
Like most flower seeds, love-in-a-mist benefits from soil that is above average in fertility.