Bells of Ireland
Named "Bells of Ireland" because to the distinctive appearance of its green, bell-shaped calyxes, resembling miniature bells, and its association with Irish folklore and symbolism where, Bells of Ireland (Molucella) are believed to bring good luck and prosperity to those who grow them. It is said that having these green bell-shaped flowers in your garden or home wards off evil spirits and invites blessings. Additionally, the flowers are associated with celebrations and weddings in Ireland, symbolizing good fortune and a happy future. Of course, we suggest growing them for their unique heirloom beauty, long-lasting fresh or dried flowers, mild scent, and versatility in cottage gardens or containers.
For successful growth, chill the seeds for a week, then soak them for 24 hours before planting. Remember, don't cover the seeds as they need light for germination. Regular cutting of flower stems promotes side shoots, ensuring a bountiful display.