This dwarf variety has no tendrils and requires no staking, ideal for garden clumps, pots, window boxes and showy borders. It is also suitable for cut flower arrangements.
In brighter shades of blue, red, pink and white, flowers are sweetly scented and slightly larger than some other popular varieties. Flowers in spring and early summer and likes morning sun.
|Growth Height — 20cm|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
Sow seeds directly into the garden 1.5cm deep. Thin to 25cm apart. Prepare soil well and if dark damp when sowing avoid further watering until seedlings emerge which should be in around 12-16 days. Cut the flowers regularly to keep them flowering strongly.
Cut the flowers regularly to keep them flowering strongly.