Alyssum is an easy-to-grow annual that is both decorative and useful. It plays a key role in Companion Planting and can be used as a cover crop to attract insects, smother weeds, and increase fruit set in vegetable beds.
Instructions for sowing:
1. Fill your tray with seed compost.
2. Sprinkle the seeds thinly over the surface and cover with a thin layer of compost. Place in a warm place and keep the compost damp.
3. When the seedlings are about 2cm tall, transplant them into another tray about 5cm apart.
4. Gradually harden off the plants and plant them outside 30cm apart
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