Echinops Sphaerocephalus Seeds
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  • Echinops sphaerocephalus "Arctic Glow" - Arctic Glow Globe Thistle
    Echinops sphaerocephalus "Arctic Glow" - Arctic Glow Globe Thistle

    Echinops are undemanding plants that tolerate a wide range of conditions but do best in poor soil and full sun. They form large architectural plants which require some space. The flowers are made up of a ball of spiny bracts and attract large numbers of bees and butterflies. They also make good dried flowers. Supplied in a 2-3 Litre container.

    £9.95
    gardeningexpress.co.uk
  • Echinops Globe Thistle Sarah Raven Seeds
    Echinops Globe Thistle Sarah Raven Seeds

    Wait until the sun comes out and sit and watch these silvery-blue globe flowers. You may have three of four bumblebees feasting on their nectar at any one time. With their architectural foliage and bold, tall flowering drubstick stems, they're one of our favourite garden perennials.

  • Echinops Blue Glow - Seeds
    Echinops Blue Glow - Seeds

    well illustrated catalogue, easy to use on-line site, prompt delivery of seeds and overall an excellent company to do business with

  • Echinops (Globe Thistle) Seeds UK by Thompson And Morgan
    Echinops (Globe Thistle) Seeds UK by Thompson And Morgan

    Cone Flower Seeds. Tight clusters of deep blue flowers form mini-globes on long, strong straight stems of pure silver. The foliage is amazing and quite unique, giving off a silver sheen whatever the weather. Incredibly ornamental in or out of flower. An all round superb species with ideal height.

    £2.54
    nextday-seeds.co.uk
  • Kew Seed Collection Echinops Ruthenicus on
    Kew Seed Collection Echinops Ruthenicus on

    Echinops Ruthenicus, or Globe Thistle is extremely ornamental whether in or out of flower. The stunning deep blue flowers form clusters or mini globes, which sit at the top of long, straight silver stems. If the flowers weren’t impressive enough, the foliage is unique; it gives off a silver sheen to it whatever the weather! An excellent all-rounder species and the ideal height, this looks fantastic in borders, cottage gardens or as a cut flower. You will get plenty of compliments with this stunning...

  • Echinops ritro subsp. ruthenicus - Kew Collection Seeds
    Echinops ritro subsp. ruthenicus - Kew Collection Seeds

    Tight clusters of deep blue flowers form mini-globes on long, strong straight stems of pure silver. The foliage is amazing and quite unique, giving off a silver sheen whatever the weather. Incredibly ornamental in or out of flower. An all round superb species with ideal height.

  • Johnsons Seed Sarah Raven Brilliant for Bees & Butterflies - Echinops Globe Thistle
    Johnsons Seed Sarah Raven Brilliant for Bees & Butterflies - Echinops Globe Thistle

    £3.05
    plantsforall.co.uk
  • Echinops bannaticus ‘Blue Globe’ (Globe Thistle) | Plant Record & Plant Finder
    Echinops bannaticus ‘Blue Globe’ (Globe Thistle) | Plant Record & Plant Finder

    Echinops bannaticus ‘Blue Globe’ (Globe Thistle). This globe thistle produces bright blue spherical composite flowers which attract beneficial insects and butterflies to the garden in their droves. They form attractive seed heads and their thistle-like appearance lends itself to a natural-looking garden.

    £7.95
    greenplantswap.co.uk
  • Echinops ritro
    Echinops ritro

    Sow the seed carefully and thinly, aiming to get a seed every 2cm (3/4") and then gently rake the soil to cover, and firm with the back of the rake. Water gently if the weather is dry for a period, but do not water too often as this will encourage the roots to form just below the surface and you will be watering all summer long to save your plants. Aim to encourage the root to look further down for water, and you will have a more relaxed summer and a finer show of flowers in the long run.

    £1.20
    kingsseeds.com
  • World Botanics Blue Glow Echinops Seeds
    World Botanics Blue Glow Echinops Seeds

    Sow indoors March to June, in trays of seed compost. Sow thinly, cover with a fine layer of compost. Firm gently and keep moist. Cover with glass, polythene or propagator lid and keep at approx 15-20 degrees C (60-68 degrees F). Seedlings appear in 21-28 days.