Safflower is a rampant annual plant that grows up to 80 centimetres in height. It produces firm rigid shoots and ball-shaped orange, yellow or white flowers that develop from July to August. Safflower is commonly used as a cut flower, and is a wonderful choice for dried flower arrangements.
Growing: sow the seeds directly into the soil in rows in 25-30cm spacings from March to April. The seeds germinate in 10 to 14 days. After the phase of germination, plant the plants in rows in 15cm spacings. The young plants require to be fed on a regular basis. The flowers can be cut in various phases of growth.
Each packet contains one gram of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 44 seeds (+/- 20%)