Deptford Pinks are an increasingly rare British wildflower. They have attractive bright pink speckled flowers from July into autumn, growing as tall slender plants. Plants grow to a height of 40-60cm and are good for wilder and informal parts of the garden. They look great grown alongside Briza media and other wildflowers.
Deptford Pinks grow best in a sunny position in basic, free draining soil. They are very hardy plants, growing well in most areas of the UK. They will self-seed in the right conditions.
Pack of approx 100 seeds. Sow the seeds directly into cultivated soil in the autumn. Or sow indoors in spring. Sow early for first year flowers. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
These seeds are harvested from cultivated plants in Cornwall.
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