Posted: 06/05/2016 at 08:46
I grew some of this from seed a couple of years ago and still have the plants going strong, even though it's meant to be a biennual. I think I got my seeds from seedaholic first off then I collected my own. Think I just sowed them outside in a tray and left alone.
They are easy to take cutting from too. One of mine had a long stem with little offsets of plants growing from them so I trimmed off the growing bits from the stem, placed in compost and left alone and they have rooted now.
Gorgous smell, I like them as cut flowers and the moths enjoy them too. Hope they come good for you rosemummy :)