Meadow Clary is an increasingly rare wildflower and excellent garden plant. Plants grow clumps of oval aromatic leaves, with upright stalks of violet-blue flowers, sometimes in pink or white, from June to August. They grow to a height of about 60cm and attract bees into the garden. They are good cut flowers.
Meadow Clary grows best in sun to part shade and a wide range of moderately fertile and well-drained soils. They are drought tolerant once established and can grow in coastal gardens.
Pack of approx 100 seeds. Sow the seeds in early spring for first year flowers and spring to autumn for next year flowers. Germination is erratic, so sow more than you need. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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