Molucella Bells of Ireland
Molucella Bells of Ireland
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Molucella Bells of Ireland Seeds

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Molucella, popularly known as the bells of Ireland, is an annual hardy plant that thrives in cool climates. The plant is famous for its cup-shaped green leaves that grow in spikes, and the tiny delicate white flowers that grow inside the funnel-shaped leaves. Bell of Ireland is a low-maintenance flowering plant that blooms in summer and can grow up to 120 cm tall so plants need support.

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Product Detail

  • Seed quantity: 50 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Best Sowing Season: Throughout the year except in the hot period of summer
  • Sowing method: Direct
  • Germination temperature: 18-20°C
  • Germination time: 14-21 days
  • Flowering season: Summer and Autumn  
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When To Plant Bells Of Ireland 

Molucella prefers cool and mild temperatures and bells of Ireland's growing season is spring but in India, you can sow the seeds throughout the year except in the hot period of summer when the soil temperature is 10-16°C.

How To Grow Bells Of Ireland From Seeds 

Bells of Ireland seeds should be sown directly in pots or gardens because these plants have a taproot that doesn’t like to be disturbed by transplanting. Plant them in a large pot or grow bag at least 30 cm wide and deep to avoid transplanting. Sow the bells of Ireland seeds when the soil temperature is about 18-20°C for germination.

Bells of Ireland Seeds Sowing Method

Take a pot or grow bag and fill the pot with potting soil mix. Spread molucella bells of Ireland seeds in the soil and cover them thinly with potting soil as they need light to germinate. Water the soil gently through a watering can and keep it moist until germination; the bells of Ireland seeds take about 2 to 3 weeks to germinate.

Fertilizer For Bells of Ireland 

  • Molucella bells of Ireland is not a heavy feeder plant, but it does need to be fertilized with compost if planted in poor soil.
  • In addition, you can apply liquid fertilizer in early summer for healthy growth and more flowers.

Bells of Ireland Flower Plant Care Tips

Soil - Use rich, moist, and well-drained soil for planting bell of Ireland.
Water - Bell of Ireland requires consistent soil moisture during the early stages and then 2-3 cm of water per week.
Sunlight - Molucella thrives in full sun and becomes leggy when grown in a shady area.
Temperature - Bells of Ireland grow best in cool temperatures and can tolerate a light frost.
Common pests and diseases - Occasionally, aphids and spider mites bother the bells of Ireland plants but mainly Cercospora leaf blight is a disease that infects the leaves of plants so it is best to remove infected leaves immediately.

Bells of Ireland Flowering Time

Molucella blooms in the summer and fall and lasts long after cutting. It is advisable to wear hand gloves while harvesting the flowers.

Bells of Ireland Plants Special Feature

  • Common name - Bells of Ireland, shell flower
  • Scientific name - Moluccella Laevis
  • Height - Up to 4 feet
  • Level of growing - Easy
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Based on 3 reviews

Good and healthy seeds

Rajesh verma

Very good


Good variety of seeds. Tried a few seeds, all grew.