Also Known as Shell Flower, Bells of Ireland is a summer flowering annual native to Eastern Europe. Some say it signifies or brings good luck! Bells of Ireland has a tight, tubular-like growth habit, adorning small white flowers shaped like bells that grow along the stem. This annual is actually a member of the mint family and is often used in dried flower arrangements. Thrives in temperate climates.
Up to 110 days until maturity. One of the most
unique-looking plants out there, Bells of Ireland will get your garden loads of
attention. The green, bell-shaped blooms grow from tall green spires and those
spires grow in clusters from the ground. Graceful 2 foot branching stems set with green bell-shaped bracts with little white flower "clappers". Used in flower design both dried and fresh. Pre-chill seed for 5 days before sowing. Approximately 4,000 seeds/oz.