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After the success of William Guiness, flower breeders have selected this beautiful double flowered strain. Pleated and quilted blooms, in purple and white, the occasional flower will be almost black. There may be an odd single flower appear. Sowings can be made early spring to June and again September to October. A hardy perennial with a germination which can last for up to 5 weeks.
Remember these can be harmful if eaten.
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Germination; Sow indoors. Sow onto the surface of moist well-drained seed compost. Cover with a fine layer of vermiculite. Do not exclude light as this aids germination. Propagate at 15-21°C. Germination takes 1-3 months and can be erratic. If germination does not occur cold stratify, move to 5°C for 4 weeks then return to warmth. Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle to 8cm pots and grow on in cooler conditions. Acclimatise and plant out after danger of frost has passed. Autumn sowings should be sown into 8cm pots and placed in a cold frame for overwintering to be planted out the following spring with 30cm spacing.
Growing; Ideal in any soil as long as it is moist but well draining. Water until established, then requires only weekly watering.
Cultivation; Deadhead regularly to extend flowering and encourage further blooms. Also deadhead if you do not wish to self-seed. Can be divided in spring if required but plants are slow to recover.