A lovely hardy annual and British wildflower with grey/green leaves and pink flowers from June to August/September. Plants grow to a height of about 60cm. They attract pollinators into the garden and make good cut flowers. Plants look good in borders and are also suited to smaller courtyard gardens.
Corncockles grow best in a sunny position in poor well drained soil. They are hardy and can withstand frost. They self-seed but not necessarily in white after the first year.
Pack of 10g (approx 700) seeds. Sow directly into the ground in autumn or spring. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet. Seeds produced in Cornwall.
Harmful if eaten.
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