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An intensely fragrant heirloom variety with good heat resistance for longer flowering. Ideal for climbing over any support in a sunny location. Great for cut flowers.
Winner of an RHS Award of Garden Merit for reliability and good performance.
Part of the seed range produced by Mr. Fothergill’s Seeds in partnership with the RHS.
Pick regularly for longer flowering. Pinch out growing tip when approx. 15cm high for bushier plants
Approx. 25 Seeds
The RHS Award of Garden Merit is a mark of quality, awarded to garden plants with excellent garden performance. Each award is given only after a trial at an RHS Garden and judge by a team of experts.
The extensive flower seed range creates beautiful garden displays with excellent performance. Additionally they have been awarded RHS’s perfect for pollinators, as the best source of food for pollinating insects.
From October to late February, sow seeds into deep pots or root trainers filled with a good-quality seed compost and place them in a cold frame. Pinch out the tips as the plants grow to encourage them to become bushier and produce more flowers, and harden off before planting out in early April. Direct sowings can also be made in October or March-April. It is important to remove the faded flowers before they set seed, so picking them to fill a vase inside will only encourage more to form.