Miss Jeckyll has dark blue flowers, flowering in June.
A very ornamental plant. Plants are fast-growing and often self-sow if the ground is disturbed by some means such as hoeing.
The flowers are very attractive to bees.
An easily grown plant, succeeding in any good garden soil, preferring a sunny position.
Sow spring or early autumn in situ. The autumn sowing might not be successful in harsh winters. Plants can be transplanted if necessary.