Cornflower – Blue (Organic)

£2.28

Bright shades of blue flowers attractive to bees and other pollinators, great as cut flower as well. A flower that makes every garden happy. Cornflowers produce masses of stunning blue shaded blooms and attract bees and other insects as well. They were once native to European corn fields, but have mostly disappeared from the landscape due to large scale use of herbicides. Today they are mainly fond in gardens and allotments – we grow them in amongst our vegetables.
(Approximate seed count – 200)

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When to sow: March – May

Spacing: 20 x 20cm

Cornflower tips: Best sown directly in the soil from early spring. Can be sown in drills 20cm apart and thinned to 20cm in the row.
Make sure the soil has a nice tilth and is weed-free.