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Moluccella laevis, the Bells-of-Ireland, Bells of Ireland, Molucca balm is, shellflower or shell flower, is a summer-flowering annual, native to Turkey, Syria and the Caucasus. It is cultivated for its spikes of flowers. In the language of flowers, it represents luck.
The tiny white flowers are surrounded by apple green calyces that are persistent. The rounded leaves are pale green.

Fast growing, Moluccella laevis will reach 1 meter (3.28 feet) and spread to 30 centimeters (11.8 inches) with an erect, branching habit.
A member of the mint family, the blooming stems can be cut and used in fresh or dried flower arrangements. The domestic plant is self-seeding, prefers full sun and regular water and are unlikely to do well in hot, humid climates.
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    Bells of Ireland

    Details Bells of Ireland are available during the spring from California and have year-round availability from South America. Packed 7-10 stems per...

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