The Chincherinchee has been growing in English gardens for over 300 years. Originally from South Africa, this plant produces lovely white flowers in early to midsummer, growing to a height of 35– 60cm. Also a good long lasting cut flower.
Prefers a sunny spot and moist well drained soil. The bulbs of mature plants can be left in the ground over winter in warmer parts of the UK. Otherwise they should be lifted in the autumn after flowering and replanted in the spring.
Pack of 15 seeds. Sow in spring or autumn. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet
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