PACKET CONTAINS 10 SEEDS
Common name: Mulla mulla, Joey and Pussy tails
A perennial herb that produces upright tufted plumes. Grows in a variety of habits, including rocky slopes, gravelly environments, clay and swampy soils.
Highly attractive green to white flowers in dense, conical heads up to ten cm in size appear from October to February in its natural habitat. Will grow as a annual in cooler climates.
- Frost tender
- Heat Draught Tolerant once established
- Great for cut flowers
Sow Direct (after frost) or Raise Seedlings. Well drained soil media.
|Press seed onto surface and cover lightly with vermiculite. Keep Moist
|When to sow in Australia
Temperate: Spring and Autumn
Cool climate: Spring
|2 to 3 Weeks at 24-27° C. Responds well to bottom heat