Blooms the first year from seed.
Cream bells circle the stem and have strong crimson spots on the throat. Each plant produces large center spikes with several side shoots. Seeds are palleted for ease of handling. Though technically a perennial it is best to treat this variety as a hardy annual as often winter survival is poor. These are early summer flowering often with a second flush later on.
Type : Tender Perennial
Position: Sun or Partial Shade
Height : 70-100cm
Quantity per packet : Approx 20 pelleted seed
Sowing method : Transplant
When to plant : Autumn or Spring 10- 12 weeks before last frost.
Spacing : 30cm
Depth : Surface sow, cover lightly, light required for germination
Germination : 14-21 days (18-21°C)
Days to maturity : 130 days
When to pick : When partially open.
Vase life : 6-7 days
CAUTION: All parts of this plant including the seeds are poisonous to humans and animals. Not to be eaten.