These “mini-snapdragons” give an explosion of colour. They are originally from the Moroccan wild flora and thrive, but thrive in our gardens also. They bring their bright colours that they seem to mix and match with ease. They make for an excellent bee meadow. Height reaches 45 cm.
Sow 2–3 seeds into small pots in March and April. Keep moist then plant in the open field in May at 30 ✕ 30 cm spacing. Alternatively, sow directly into the garden bed from April in rows 30 cm apart. It loves sunny locations.
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