Reintroduced following increasing interest by garden designers and visitors to our Open Days. Nicotiana Marshmallow is a very unusual and visually stunning variety which will add stature and fragrance to your summer borders. Above basal rossettes of large leaves, are formed masses of wiry stems are covered with a 'haze' of small blooms, each one fading through red, pink and white to give the effect of three flower colours on each plant.
Cottage Gardens, Cut Flower Garden
Full sun, Sun or semi shade
1 Packet (100 Nicotiana Seeds) (TM06552)
For best results, provide a light, well-drained soil in full sun.Caution: Irritant to skin and eyes. Harmful if eaten.
When large enough to handle, transplant seedlings into 7.5cm (3in) pots or trays. Gradually acclimatise plants to cooler conditions for a few weeks before planting out after all risk of frost, at 45-60cm (18-24in) apart.
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Subtle beauty 2011-11-13
Very beautiful cottage garden look to these delicate flowers on long stems springing up from very big leaves at the plant's base. Still covered in blooms in my Liverpool garden on 13 November (despite one night of frost - a couple of weeks ago.)
Absolute success 2010-06-11
I sowed these in a greenhouse mid spring and had hundreds of plants germinate. (I shared them with friends) They made enormous leaves and filled up boarders some stayed low but most went to metre high, some higher. The flowers are all shades of deep pick to white on the the same plant. They have been an absolute picture and are still flowering now in Novemeber when most of the leaves are off the trees and we have had frost that has killed off the tops of dahlias (which made a good accompanying plant.) Easy to grow.