Agrostemma Githago.

Agrostemma githago, commonly known as corncockle, is a herbaceous annual plant with attractive pink flowers. The flowers have a superior ovary and lack a hypanthium. This plant is grown for its white-eyed magenta-pink flowers, which bloom in summer and attract beneficial insects like bees. It is a native plant in North America and is typically found in fields, roadsides, waste areas, and areas of habitation. The plant has straight stems, purplish-pink flowers, and silvery-grey foliage, making it a visually appealing addition to gardens and natural landscapes. Corncockle is known for its large, pinky-purple flowers that bloom on long stems from June to August. It is a non-parasitic plant with a clear and watery sap. The leaves or young stems of the plant are green in color, and it has a horizontal rooting stem. Agrostemma githago is a wonderful choice for those looking to add a touch of natural beauty to their surroundings.

Direct Sowing is possible from April to May.

Flowering from June to August. Height up to 1m.

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Corncockle - Agrostemma Githago

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