Meadow Clary Seeds
A member of the Salvia family, these stunning little plants produce a profusion of dainty purple flowers arranged in whorls, on upright stems throughout the months of May, June, July and into August. With attractive foliage and a sturdy upright habit they make an excellent addition to herbaceous borders as well as meadows. Bees and other pollinating insects will be attracted to the nectar rich flowers.
- Great for Insects & Bees
- Excellent Perennial for beds and borders
- Grow up to 1.20 Metre High.
- Flowering throughout the summer.
- Wonderful in a mixed Native Meadow (see our other seeds)
- Natural Seedling Variation In Colour
You can sow these wild flower seeds as soon as you get them directly into the ground where you want them to grow. Do not add compost or fertiliser to the ground as, like most native meadow plants, they do not require a nutrient rich soil. Rake lightly in to cover the seed and water regularly during dry weather to help establish the young plants. If sown between July and October you should expect flowering the following year.
Keep well watered in dry periods after sowing to help establish the seedlings.