Linum usitatissimum Common Flax, Linseed

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In every way a useful plant. Not only is it the provider of linseed oil, and of the fibre used for the making of linen, but it is also a beautiful and very easily grown annual, producing its brilliant, sky-blue flowers in great profusion during the summer. 3ft (90cm)

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    We happily accept returns within 14 days from date of delivery. All returns must be received in the same condition and packaging we sent them. Postage charges will not be refunded on unwanted products.

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    Sow directly where they are to flower in spring, or late summer for overwintering. Sow 3mm deep in rows 30cm apart into soil which has been well prepared and raked to a fine tilth. Germination time varies according to weather, approx. 10-25 days in spring. Once germinated thin seedlings to 15cm spacing. Acclimatise and plant out once danger of frost has passed. For summer sown seeds overwinter in cool frost free conditions and plant out the following spring.

    Growing Instructions

    Once established easy to grow. Do not fertilise as this reduces blooming. Does not like root disturbance.

    Cultivation Instructions

    Deadhead spent flowers to encourage further blooms. Will self-seed freely.