Grown from seed to attract insects hoverflies seem to love it.
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Love this plant, we grow it here, seeds itself in many parts of the garden, we find if the seed is self sown the subsequent generations seem to have inferior flowers,landscapers call this a see through plant!
David J Trevan
I know what you mean little leaf,I think I will be moving it to the back of the borders in late autumn also nice to know it self seeds too.
My original plants have not appeared this year but two of my hanging baskets (one around the other side of the house) have tall specimens looking most unsuitable! I haven't moved them as the roots are so entangled with the fuschias and lobelias. I hope I can resite them when the other flowers have died off.
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It may be worth you collecting the seeds.
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