Posted: 12/05/2014 at 15:20
It's lovely Jim, it grows in with brunnera and adds height.
It grows in with everything else as well if you don't watch it
okay, that's decided. I'll order some seed. It does have beautiful flowers.
Nearly tempted to buy a plant on eBay from Norfolk -still hovering - undecided - just too impatient to collect some seed for years ahead.
Much better to have fresh and even better to have local seed for so many reasons, and lastly it's much cheaper. Once you've got non-local plants you'll never be able to go back and that's going to dilute the local gene pool reducing national diversity. Diversity is the key to survival of our native flora and fauna.
I've never seen it locally which is why I'm going to order seeds. You watch though as soon as I've got it growing I'll find some somewhere.