2 years to reach maturity
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The genus Centranthus contains roughly 11 hardy herb and subshrub perennial species local to Southern Europe, that have been introduced to other areas such as Western Australia and Western USA. Species in this genus are commonly cultivated as ornamental garden plants for their pretty flowers, which occur spring-autumn. Abundances of flowers are produced, which have a funnel-shape and are usually red, pink or white.
How to propagate Valerian
You can propagate by seeds in the autumn or spring.