These photos show how well Rachel the Gardener's kind offer to grow woad seeds for me has turned out. And it's only March! Serious frost seems to have spurred…
Isatis genus (Woad). This genus consists of about 30 species of annuals, biennials and perennials. The plants will form rosettes of oblong to lance-shaped leaves which will become stem-clasping and decrease in size along the stem. The flowers are produce in masses of small 4-petalled blooms which are borne in loose panicles. They are usually yellow and are very attractive to bees. They are fully hardy and will need sun and fertile, with well drained soil. Propagation is by seeds in the autumn or spring.
Annuals, Perennials or Biennials, Shrubs or Herbaceous
S.Europe & C.Asia
Seed in autumn or spring.
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