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Great Burnet ‘sanguisorba officinalis’ grows best in damp meadows on clay soils and in full sun or semi-shade where plants are important for a wide range of insect life such as bees. A hardy perennial, Great Burnet typically grows to about a metre in height and produces beautifully coloured, crimson flowers between July and September. Great Burnet looks best growing with other meadow plants that flower in mid to late summer such as Black Knapweed, Field Scabious, Meadow Cranesbill, and Meadowsweet.
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Germination; Sow under glass. Sow into moist well-drained seed compost. Ideal temp. 20°C. Germination takes 2-4 weeks but can be erratic and take much longer. If germination has not occurred in 3-4 weeks cold stratify. Move to 5°C for 2-4 weeks then return to warmth. Transplant seedlings once large enough to handle to 8cm pots. Move outside as soon as possible, once plants are a reasonable size with 50cm spacing.
Growing; Prefers a moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil that does not dry out. Best in full sun, will tolerate partial shade. Usually needs support and the rhizomes can spread and become invasive so choose your planting site with care.