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One of the classic plants for the herbaceous border, bearing in the summer brilliant scarlet flowers, each shaped like a Maltese Cross, in dense clusters. Easy to grow and very hardy, it is also a fine bog plant. Hardy throughout the British Isles. Growing up to 3ft this hardy perennial enjoys full Sun and partial Sun lighting conditions. From the Lychnis genus and commonly called Maltese Cross.
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Germination; Sow indoors. Surface sow onto moist well-drained seed compost. Press seeds lightly into soil but do not cover. Light is needed for germination. Ideal temp. 20°C. Germination takes 10-20 days. Transplant seedlings when they have 2 sets of true leaves to 8cm pots. Acclimatise and plant out once danger of frost has passed. Can be sown directly in spring or summer, this to 50cm spacing. Autumn sowings should overwinter indoors planting out the following spring.
Growing; Prefers moist fertile soil in sun or partial shade. Dislikes winter wet. May require staking.
Cultivation; Cut back after flowering to encourage further blooms and to prevent self-seeding. Established clumps can be divided in spring.