Flannel Flower. One of our favorite plants is coming to you soon, stay tuned if you want to get yourself one of these stunning plants. Grown at IndigiGrow from local seed, Flannel Flower will brighten up your garden.

The Sydney Flannel Flower grows naturally in full sun or semi-shade on shallow sandy soils in dry sclerophyll forest, coastal heath or scrub. They will grow a wider range of soils provided that there is excellent drainage. Pruning will improve flowering and prevent the plants from becoming too leggy.

How To Grow

Sow in warm areas at any time. In colder climates wait until the danger of frost is over. Fill small pots or seed trays with a moist quality seed raising mix. Sow seeds thinly on the surface. Cover lightly and firm down gently. It is beneficial to add Mr Fothergill's Wildflower Seed Starter granules to soil surface. Water, and then keep evenly moist. Cover the pots or seed trays with clear polythene to preserve moisture and warmth. Remove when germination starts. Place in a warm shaded position to germinate fully. Transplant when plants about 10cm (4") high, spacing plants 20cm (8") apart. Grow in full sun or part shade in any well-drained soil. Water in well and then regularly until established. Seedlings emerge 3-5 weeks, longer if cool.

When To Plant Spring and Autumn.

Flowering Spring to Summer.

Sow Spring, Autumn


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