Wilko Seeds Catananche

0408953
  • Loved by a wide variety of beneficial insects
  • Sow seeds from Feb-Jul
  • Flowers between Jun-Sep
Our Catananche Seeds produce stunning electric blue flowers, set off by prominent dark centres. Rich in pollen and nectar they are a useful food source and will attract a wide variety of beneficial insects into the garden. Beautiful sown in natural looking drifts in mixed borders or a wildlife garden. A hardy perennial. Sow indoors from February into April or outdoors from May into July in a sunny spot ready to enjoy from June to September. Average pack contains 40 seeds. Height 60cm. Warning:Seeds should not be eaten. Store out of reach of children and pets. Always read the instructions before use.
£0.75

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Product Description

Our Catananche Seeds produce stunning electric blue flowers, set off by prominent dark centres. Rich in pollen and nectar they are a useful food source and will attract a wide variety of beneficial insects into the garden. Beautiful sown in natural looking drifts in mixed borders or a wildlife garden. A hardy perennial. Sow indoors from February into April or outdoors from May into July in a sunny spot ready to enjoy from June to September. Average pack contains 40 seeds. Height 60cm. Warning:Seeds should not be eaten. Store out of reach of children and pets. Always read the instructions before use.

Product Specification

Brand:
Wilko
Type:
Catananche
Colour:
Pink
Pack Qty:
1
Assembly:
No
Height:
14.3CM
Width:
7.5CM
Depth:
.4CM
Bar Code:
4089520

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