A tough old favourite, known in cultivation since 1561. Wide lavender blue bells on stout erect 75cm stems during summer and autumn. Excellent cut flower. Hairy foliage forms a neat perennial clump. Frost hardy and tolerates a wide range of soils. ½ Shade to Sun. Tough, easy, low maintenance. Will thrive even in dryer gardens. 75cm H x 50cm W.
SOWING ADVICE: QUICK & EASY
Can be sown at any time of year. Scatter in garden or sow in punnets indoors for early plants.
Scatter on surface of good quality potting mix. Press gently, don’t cover seed or only very thinly. Light is needed for germination. Keep moist. 15-20C is best for rapid germination, then seedlings emerge in approx. 14-28 days.
100 seeds per pack