This variety features marvellous, large, pure white spikes, which are a rare and unusual colour. It is absolutely magnificent in the border in sun or part shade and very useful as a cut flower.
Sow in late spring/early summer outdoors in a well prepared seed bed. Sow the seeds very thinly 1.5mm deep in drills 30cm apart, keep the soil damp until germination takes place then thin out the seedlings to 15cm apart when large enough to handle. Transplant 6cm apart into flowering site in the autumn for flowering the following year. They will grow in most soils and prefer part shade.
CAUTION: All Parts Are Poisonous