A quite spectacular small plant with grey-green leaves, above which arise profuse sprays of faintly sweet-scented, pure white, golden-eyed flowers all summer long. This lovely thing will very gently self-seed around the garden but never, ever becomes a nuisance here! Unsurprisingly it is an 'AGM' Award Winner.
Sow seeds in early spring in gentle warmth. Pot on into small pots before planting out in late spring. These plants do best when seed is sown in situ or even just sprinkled around the desired area, as they dislike being transplanted.
Common name:VENUS' NAVELWORT
Classification:Hardy biennial, Hardy annual
Seeds / gram:300 (Approx)