Bells of Ireland or shellflower, Molucella laevis, is a half-hardy annual that produces unusual pale green to emerald green, funnel-shaped “bells” along green stems in summer. The persistent bells are the showy calyx (cup-shaped leaves around the base of the flowers) which surrounds tiny fragrant white flowers.
No.of Seeds in a Packet: 30 + Seeds
Sunlight: Full Sun to Part shade
Temperature: 20 to 25 Degree Celcius
Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer
Bloom Time: Winter
Plant Height: 30 cm
Flower Size: 4-6 cm across
Sowing distance: 5 cm Plant to Plant
Best for: Bed sowing
Sowing method: Seedling
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