Bells Of Ireland

(Moluccella laevis) Bells Of Ireland is an old-timey plant that has been cultivated since the 16th century. This fast-growing, hardy annual grows up to three feet tall and is wonderful in arrangements, either fresh or dried. A member of the mint family, it is native to Turkey, Syria and the Caucasus. Surface sow in place in fall or winter (in mild winter climates) or in early spring where winters are severe. Ideal germination temperature is 65-70F. Be patient, as seeds can take up to a month to germinate. Space plants 8-12 inches. It prefers full sun and regular watering. Staking helps to keep the flower spikes straight. Removing spent blooms prolongs the blooming season.

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