3ft mound of fine leaves Feb-July. After several years erupts into 8ft of yellow flowers. Perennial but does not bloom every year. This subspecies looks just like ordinary Ferula communis, but it is poisonous to livestock
|Growing Condition:||Dry sun|
|Good For:||Seedheads & fruit|
|Germination:||Sow immediately (best in autumn) overwinter outdoors, germinates in spring. Or mix with damp vermiculite, warm 3 weeks, cold 8 weeks, then sow mixture|
20 seeds per pack (approx).
|Seed||Create Stock Alert||Should be sown fresh - fresh seed due September 2021.|
*Seed numbers are approximate.