Bells Of Ireland Flower | x 50 Seeds
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Common Name: Bells of Ireland, also known as 'Shell Flower'
Scientific Name: Moluccella laevis
Life Cycle: Annual
Remarks: Tall green spiked flowers, Blooms have a lovely, sour-apple scent. Fast growing.
Plant Height: 70cm
When: Early Spring
Sowing Depth + Method: 1mm deep, do not cover seed as light is required for germination.
For the best germination, chill seeds for 1-2 weeks at (1.7-4.4°C) before sowing.
Spacing: 25cm apart
Position: Full Sun / Part Shade
Days until Germination: 12-21 days at 18-20°C.
Approx. Number of Seeds: 50
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When to Sow in your climate
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