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A striking half hardy biennial plant originally from the island of Madeira, easy to grow in sheltered gardens in the UK. The plant grows grey green hairy leaves in the first year and blue/purple flowers in the second year, forming tall 2m flower spikes in late spring to early summer.
Echium candicans prefers sun and well-drained soil, and tolerates frost to about -7°C. It tolerates poor soil and coastal sites. The plant should be in a sheltered spot overwinter for flowering the following spring.
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Sow inside from January to June. Sow the seeds in trays or pots, in a good seed compost, at 1/8in (3mm) deep, in a propagator or warm place to maintain an optimum temperature of 65-70F (18-20C). Germination usually takes 21-60 days. Transplant the seedlings when they are large enough to handle. Harden them off and plant them out, when all risk of frost has passed, about 30cm (12in) apart. Germination can take longer. Your patience will be rewarded!
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