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With its huge froth of scented white flowers for most of summer, you can't miss this hardy perennial, Crambe cordifolia. It looks like a cloud has landed in your garden to create a Mecca for butterflies and bees. It’s common name is Greater Sea Kale, growing between 80-130cm and enjoying both full Sun, and part shade. Ideal for a back border, many soil types will suit.
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Sow indoors immediately. Sow 12mm deep into moist well-drained seed compost. Ideal temp. 18°C for 6-8 weeks. Renowned for germinating irregularly over a long period. If germination does not occur cold stratify. Move to 5°C. for 6-8 weeks. Repeat process until germination occurs. Transplant seedlings once large enough to handle to 8cm pots. Plant out to final position once 10cm tall in rows 75cm apart with 75cm spacing.
Growing; Prefers deep, fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. Provide shelter from strong winds. Does not like to be cramped. Young plants may suffer slug attack, treat as required.
Cultivation; Cut down to ground level in autumn. The seed pods do not open but drop off allowing seeds to germinate around the parent plant. Transplant small seedlings asap. Propagate by division in spring or autumn.