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Beautiful pale blue, flat lacy umbels, which is lovely on its own, or used as a scented filler in any arrangement.
Derry Watkins - the brilliant plantswoman re-introduced me to this and I now grow it every year. It flowers for months and months and its blue flowers are an unusual colour for late summer and autumn.
- Perfect for bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects
|Variety:||'Blue Lace' (syn. Trachymene coerulea 'Blue Lace')|
|Sowing:||Sow under cover March-April. Plant out after last frosts.||Site:||Full sun and shelter|
|Final Thinning/Planting Distance:||20cm||Height:||60cm (24in)||Care Tips:||These are scented, and perfect for growing in container pots.|
|Flowers:||❀ Late July - first frosts, 14 weeks from sowing.|
|Flower production:||2-3 months. These are a cut-and-come-again variety.|
|Vase life:||5-7 days.|