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A beautiful bouquet and garden filler with lime green bell shaped blooms which will also produce an  unusual dreid skeleton.

 

When to Sow: Feb- Apr

HOW TO SOW:
Needs cold stratification. Can be sowed into compost  and sealed in a plastic bag in the fridge for 2 weeks or alternatively can be sowedd into damp tissue and placed inside a zip log bag in the fridge.


Then place in warmth , Ideal Temp. 15°C.  Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle to individual pots. Grow on in cooler conditions. Acclimatise and plant out after danger of frost has passed. Can be direct sown in spring with natural cold/warmth offering ideal conditions for germination.

 

  • Classification: Half Hardy Annual
  • Expert Level:  Expert
  • Germination Time : 5-8 Weeks

 

  • Site: Full Sun/ Part Sun
  • Soil Type: Will grow in most soils
  • Soil Acidity: All Types
  • Mositure: Well drained
  • Care: Requires no special care
  • Use: Cut Flowers, Garden Borders, Dried
  • Harvesting: Cut when  green bells have stared to form and remove all lower leaves from stem.
  • Days to Maturity:  90- 110 Days

 

  • Vase Life: 7-10 Days
  • Height: 70-80cm
  • Plant Spacing:  20cm

Moluccella Laevis (Bells of Ireland)

£1.95Price
  • Please note that the majority of our seeds are packed by volume so the number of seeds indicated is an approximation.

    We make every effort to provide British seeds where possible, but in some cases our British Growers are unable to grow in sufficient quantities to meet our demand or the seeds are subject to Plant breeders' rights which means it is only possible for us to buy these seeds from certain non UK flower farms 

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