Betony Seeds - Betonica officinalis - Wildflower
Betony Seeds - Betonica officinalis
Type: Perennial Wildflower
Approximate Height: 45 - 60 cm
Flowering Time: Summer and early autumn
Soil & Site: Well drained soil in sun or partial shade
When to sow: Late summer or autumn
Betony is also known as Wood Betony and Bishop's Wort and is attractive to bumblebees and other pollinating insects.
It is a pretty, upright plant with pink/purple flower spikes appearing in summer and early autumn.
Betony seeds need a period of cold before they will germinate.
All our seed packets include sowing instructions.
Contents: Approximately 160 seeds / 0.27g
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