Moluccella laevis (110 days) Annual, everlasting. Spikes of bright green bell-shaped “flowers” atop 2½' branching stems. Each green bell is really a showy inflated calyx with a tiny pinkish flower inside. Often dried for winter arrangements; when dried, bells turn creamy white. Likes partial shade; thrives in cool climates. Needs light to germinate. Will self-sow. About 140 seeds/g. ②③
4896 Bells of Ireland
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