Excellent for cutting, this is a variety of our rare native flower, Hare's ear. Tall stems, bearing slim yellow-green leaves are topped with open umbels of yellow-green flower surrounded by bright green, pointed bracts. (125 seeds).
Sow directly into the soil as soon as it is dry enough (does not stick to your boots) during April and May, placing each seed about 2cm apart. Keep the soil moist during dry weather and remove any seedlings that are too close together to avoid over-crowding.