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Moldavian Dragonhead 'Arat'

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Wild flower from southern Europe with bright violet-blue flowers and the scent of fresh lemons. We recommend sowing from April where it is to flower. It can also be grown in tubs and on the balcony. Has a very good nectar flow and is even more attractive to insects than Phacelia. Can also be used for lemon-flavoured tea.

Characteristics

Botanical name: Dracocephalum moldavicaUse of flowers: Balcony, Edible blossom, Good for insects and bees, Scent plantFlower colour: blueHeight in cm: 30-50Vegetation period: annual

Cultivation

Planting distance (cm): 25 x 25Seed required for 1000 plants (g): 4Sowing depth: germinates in light

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Origin

Multiplier: Pharmasaat, Arznei- u. Gewürzpflanzen Saatzucht GmbHCerifications: EU Bio