1x seed packet containing 10+ Eryngium horridum seeds.
Despite the latin name of this plant, there is nothing even vaguely ‘horrid’ about this species! Eryngium horridum makes attractive rosettes of thin, serrated strap-like leaves, topped with a sturdy flower spike with small white flowers, much loved by bees. These rosettes usually reach around 30cm in diameter.
For any warm, sunny position in the garden. Eryngium horridum is fully hardy, loves warmth and sun, and makes a lovely addition to the flower border.
Seeds are easy germinators, and will usually germinate in spring or autumn depending on the time of sowing. Sow into slightly gritty seed compost and very lightly cover.