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Characteristics: Annual 70 cm
Seeds per packet: Approx 30
Bells of Ireland is a lightly scented plant with large white veined green bells that cling closely to stems that are not really flowers but enlarged calyxes, the true flowers, tiny, fragrant and white, are deep within the bells.
Bells-of-Ireland makes interesting and long-lasting cut flowers, and have additional value as dried flowers for winter arrangements.
Adaptable to most soil types in a protected sunny position.
Tropical: Autumn to Mid-Winter.
Temperate: Late Winter to Mid-Spring or Late Summer to Autumn.
Cool climate: Early/Mid spring or Late summer to Mid Autumn.
Sow: 3mm deep.
Sow direct or in trays. If sowing in trays transplant when large enough to handle avoiding excessive root disturbance.
Plant in a well-drained soil in a sunny position.
Plant Space: 30cm
Germination: 10-14 days