Bells Of Ireland


About- This extremely unique plant produces long bright green stems that bear bell-shaped sheaths surrounding small white flowers. Commonly used in fresh and dry flower arrangements as a filler or spike. heat tolerant, but does not perform well in areas with high humidity.

When and Where to Plant- Seeds benefit from cold stratification. When starting indoors, barley cover seeds and place under a strong light source.

Care and Harvest- For fresh cut flowers, cut when flowers are 1/2 open and green. For dried flowers, cut when the bells are firm to the touch.

Type- Semi Hardy Annual

Planting Depth- 1/4"

Days to Germination- 14-21

Plant Spacing- 15"

Height- 24-30"

Approximate Seeds per Pkt- 60