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Fuller's Teasel is a biennial plant, which grows 120 to 150 centimetres in height, with rigid shoots that branch out in the upper portion. In the period from late June to July, the shoots produce elongated flowers that grow 8 to 10 centimetres in length. The white flowers stop flowering fairly quickly, leaving the plant decorated with lovely oval spiky infructescences. Fuller's Teasel is a variety often cultivated for dried flower arrangements, and it looks outstanding in parks and on lawns. Also a source of nectar for bees, it's proper name is Dipsacus Sativus.
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Germination; Sow directly where they are to flower the following year. Sow 6mm deep into prepared soil which has been raked to a fine tilth. Sow in clumps or shallow drills with 30cm spacing. Water regularly. Germination takes 14 days approx. but will vary depending on the temperature. Thin to final spacing of 30cm. light frosts will not harm the seedlings.
Growing; Very easy to grow. Will tolerate any soil or situation. Ideally plant in a corner or area where the plant can be contained as it will spread freely if left unchecked.
Cultivation; Will self-seed freely. Cut back and remove plants which may cause trouble before the seed matures. Being biennial the plants only live a few years.