An old plant that everyone knows for the parchment-like silvery seedlings. From May it stands with violet flowers, which attract many insects. It is very easy to sow and can sow itself very easily if you do not remove the seed pods. Stems with the dried seed pods can be used in dried bouquets.
Quantity: min 40 seeds
Sowing: May - October or later in the autumn directly on the growing site. The plant is not demanding and thrives anywhere in the garden.
Flowering: may June.
About sowing summer flowers - here you can read more about sowing