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Welcome to Country Garden Seeds! Flower Seeds for your garden, for cut flowers and for wildlife. Do you dream of a beautiful garden full of scented flowers and buzzing with wildlife? Just sow a few packets of seeds for gorgeous flowers that your wildlife will love too. In this shop you will find flower seeds for your garden, for cut flowers and for wildlife. Here are some beautiful and easy plants for you to grow.
Hurray! It’s summer! Now is the time for preparing for next year and sowing Hardy Biennials for spring flowers. You can sow also carry on sowing seeds directly where you want them to flower. Please Note: Seed orders are dispatched as you order (usually same day or next day) and you will receive them within a couple of days.

Ammi visnaga

SKU 00071
£1.95
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Ammi visnaga Seeds

Ammi visnaga is one of our tallest hardy annuals with long sturdy stems, lacy white flower heads and dark green feathery foliage. It's a more robust version of Ammi majus with sturdier stems and more domed flower heads. Ammi is great for adding height to borders, for cut flower production and attracts pollinating insects too.
Ammi loves sun and dappled shade. Sow in spring for summer flowers then sow again in late summer or early autumn for larger stronger plants and more flowers early next year.

Genus Ammi visnaga
Plant Type Hardy Annual
Height and Spread 100cm-1.5cm tall x 30- 45cm wide
Sow Seeds Sow direct in flowering position in spring or autumn. Germinates at 15°c in 7 to 21 days. Can also be sown in modules: Sow indoors in late summer then plant out in flowering position 4-6 weeks later. Sow indoors in spring then plant out in May.
Thin/Plant Out 30 cm apart or 45cm if autumn sown
Conditions Required Grow in full sun or part shade. Needs plenty of water but not waterlogged soil. Ammi visnaga has tall stems and may need some support to keep them straight.
Flower Production June to September. Takes 12 weeks to flower if sown in spring.
Picking Pick early in the day and strip most of the leaves from the stem. Stand Ammi in deep water to condition for several hours before arranging. Please Note: Ammi may irritate skin so it's best wear gloves and long sleeves when handling.
Planting Combinations Grow with other tall annuals such as Scabiosa, Centaurea, Comos and Larkspur for a stunning display in your garden and for cut flowers.
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