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The Bells of Ireland, 'Moluccella laevis', has tall spikes of apple-green "bells" that are perfect for the back of a border. Not only Irish eyes will smile at this unusual plant. It's bright greenbells with their tiny white "clappers" are always a conversation piece. The Bells of Ireland bloom in the late summer.Bells of Ireland prefer full sun and well drained, moderately fertile soil. Plant in early spring, 2 to 4 weeks before last spring frost or late fall for early spring germination. The Bells of Ireland are excellent for cut or dried flowers. They are self sowing because the plants will come back the next year from the seed it drops.
Scientific Name : Moluccella laevis

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