Bells of Ireland
Common Names: Bells-of-Ireland, Shellflower, Molucca balm
Bells-of-Ireland are lightly scented flowers that grow 24 to 36 inches tall. They have 1- to 2-inch-long bell-shaped calyces (the outer leaves that appear at the base of most flowers) that cling closely to the upper halves of the stems and are arranged in several whorls of six. The plantsí true flowers, which are tiny, fragrant and white, are found inside the calyces. Bells-of-Irelandís showy calyces are available in apple-green and chartreuse.
With proper care, bells-of-Ireland can last from eight to 10 days.
Available colors: Green