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Cornflowers make great cut flowers. Now a rare wild flower, we can grow them easily on our own plots and we will be helping the bees as well who adore feeding on them.


GAP Photos/Juliette Wade

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Easy to grow from seed either in autumn or spring these hardy annuals can be grown on a bare patch and on poor soil. They are also very drought tolerant and can be left to self seed themselves around. As a cut flower they will last for ages in water and regularly cutting and deadheading promotes new flowers so they can provide blooms for many weeks. As well as being the perfect blue flower they also come in a range of colours from black to white which are fun to cultivate as well. They mix up well with other seasonal blooms like Lupins and Ammi majus and give a lightness and wildness to any arrangement. They can also be used for herbal medicines.



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