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Probably the noblest hardy climber ever introduced. In a suitable tree, it can reach 100ft. Beautiful, fragrant, mauve or deep lilac flowers in pendulous racemes, 12ins long. Hardy throughout the British Isles. 100ft (30m) Germination Instructions Sow under glass in spring or autumn. Prior to sowing chip then soak seed for 24 hours in warm water. Sow 2mm deep into moist, well-drained seed compost.
A mix of Cornfield & Wildflower seeds, Approx 16,000 Seeds (10g) Create your own wildflower meadow Perfect for both insects and wildlife Especially attractive to butterflies Annuals Will self seed Sow early spring or Autumn Just scatter the seed and lightly rake in Protect seeds from birds 10g will cover approx 8 square metres Pretty Wild Seeds MIX 12 © Corn Flower Corn Marigold Corn Chamomile CornCockle Corn Poppy Oxeye Daisy Red Campion Sainfoin Pheasants Eye Forget me not Golden tickseed Salad burnet Northern lights Californian poppy Foxglove Red/white clover Bitter blue lupin Purple Tansy Ground preparation Endeavour to select ground that is not highly fertile and does not have a problem with perennial weeds.
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Nothing can match the breathtaking display of colour and interest that can be obtained by sowing a cornfield annual mixture. The showy cornfield annuals are now a relative rarity in the wild due to 'advances' in crop weed control. We recommend preparing a settled seedbed preferably on a poor soil and always in full sun some time before sowing of cornfield annuals which will allow for a flush of annual weeds, which should then be destroyed by shallow cultivation or spraying prior to sowing - ideally from mid August to mid October.