My winter project has just arrived. 200 mixed colour and mixed types of echium. I like to have a winter project last year was my canadian blue spruff saplings which are now doing really well out in the garden. These seeds should not flower for 2 years but i liked the look of them. In the instructions it says to wash the compost with boiling water let it dry and then sow seeds. Not heard of that before. Anyone else heard of this
I saw these on a trip to the Eden Project a few years back. Loved them, and bought a little young plant, but sadly it didn't survive. To be fair, it was one of the harshest winters we've had so I'm tempted to try again. Think it might be ok as I live in the south east. Good luck yours!