A spectacular rare plant for bulb enthusiasts. Plants grow in the winter and flower in late spring and early summer, with deep orange, sometimes, brick-red flowers. Flowers have attractive peacock-blue centres. They reach a height of 40-50cm.
Moraea gigandra grows best in the UK in pots of well drained potting compost. They need somewhere frost free and with good light for growing in the winter, and the corms need to dry out completely in the summer after flowering has finished. A heated and ventilated greenhouse or conservatory is best.
Pack of 30 small seeds. Sow in the late summer/autumn. Flowering starts in the third season Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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