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Teasel - Dipsacus fullonum, is a tall, striking, thistle-like plant with serrated leaves and large spiny flower heads. Native to Eurasia and North Africa it is a valuable source of nectar for bees and butterflies, as well as attracting many seed-eating birds to suburban gardens or wild flower meadows.The seeds are an important winter food resource for the European goldfinch. The spent blooms also make for attractive, dried, cut flowers.
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Transplant modular seed tray seedlings once the roots have established into 7.5cm pots. Young plants will need to be gradually acclimatise to cooler conditions over a few weeks before planting out into their final position. However you will need to wait until all risk of late frost has passed before doing so.
Provide a position of sunlight for best results, however they will cope with shade. They are tolerant of most soil types from light, well-drained soils to heavy clay. Plant teasel seedlings 30-45cm apart.
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