30+ A very curious and extraordinary plant for the back of borders. Bright green sepals, where most plants have petals and a central, almost black cone. An unusual fresh cut flower, long lasting in water, or use in dried arrangements. Easy to grow, quickly forming a good sized plant with plenty of lush green foliage and always a talking point. Sow from late winter to mid summer in a good seed compost. Make sure the compost is moist but not wet and seal inside a polythene bag until after germination usually 5-21 days. The seed usually germinates within this time but if not, place in a fridge, and leave for 2-3 weeks, then return to the warmth. Inspect regularly while in the fridge and remove immediately they start to germinate. Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle into pots. Instructions included. Combined shipping discount...all additional items ship free.