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.
Growing: sow the seeds directly into the soil from June to July; sow 2 to 3 seeds into each position with the positions placed in 40-50cm spacings. The seeds germinate in around 21 days. Grow the plants in sunny position in relatively fertile soils, preferably at the back of the garden.
Each packet contains 0.5g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 175 seeds (+/- 20%)