Bells of Ireland

Bells of Ireland - Seeds & Bulbs

Bells of Ireland
(Ammi majus L.)

These bright green bells with white clappers self sow for your enjoyment year after year. Make great cut or dried flowers.

Seeds Per Pound: 64,000
Pounds Per Acre: 35

Flower Type: Annual
Bloom Time: Late Summer
Height: 2' to 3'
Exposure: Full Sun

When to Sow Outside: Early Spring - 2 to 4 weeks before last frost.
When to Sow Inside: 6 to 8 weeks before last frost.

To Plant In Beds and Borders: Plant seeds on the surface of the soil (they need light to germinate) about an inch apart. Thin to 12" apart.

To Plant A Meadow: Prepare soil by removing weeds and cultivating to loosen the soil. Spread seeds evenly over prepared soil. Leave seeds on the surface of the soil because they need light to germinate. Keep soil slightly moist until seedlings are established.

 

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