Canterbury Bells Cups & Saucer Mix 600 seeds
Like most bell flower plants, Canterbury bells are easily propagated by seeds. These should be started in late spring or early summer, thinning as needed once seedlings become large enough. You need only minimal covering with soil. Simply sprinkle seeds in the garden bed and allow nature to do the rest (of course, you will need to keep the area watered). Mature plants will self-seed readily, but just in case, you may want to keep some newly started plants in another nursery bed or pots for transplanting later, usually in spring.
Biennial growing to 80 CM. Cottage garden favourite producing large spikes of attractive bell like flowers in mixed colours.
Excellent as a cut flower and good for borders and in informal gardens.