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It is one of the robust semi-evergreen varieties with globes of deep blue flowers, which open very early in the year, sometimes as early as May. A hardy perennial, huge true blue globular heads flower freely on stout stems above strap-shaped leaves. This seemingly completely hardy variety forms thick established clumps which improve over the years.
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Sow seeds at any time covering them with compost or grit 5mm deep, in a cool, well-lit spot outdoors. Artificial heat is not needed and can prevent germination. Many species will only germinate in the spring after a good chilling or freezing in the moist seed tray in the winter. Grow on seedlings in small pots before planting out into sharply draining compost in a pot, or the open ground in a well-drained spot.