Corn Cockle (Campion)

    Agrostemma githago
of the Caryophyllaceae family is annual with single 3-5 cm large red-violet flowers on a slender plant. It is fast-growing and hardy. The wild corn cockle was once a common weed in the fields but is well worth preserving. It is a suitable cut flower.

SOWING: Sow directly, successively too if you want to about 1 cm deep.

SEEDS: 1 g contains about 175 seeds.
Githago Milas, organic seeds
65 cm tall. One portion sows about 5 m.

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