- Perennial 100cm
- A soap can be made from boiling...
- Pale-pink/white flowers with sweet scent
Perennial growing to 60cm. Upright spreading habit. Attractive pale-pink/white flowers with a sweet fruity scent. Good for borders or as a ground cover. A soap can be made by boiling or steeping the whole plant in water. It is said to be gentler than synthetic cleaners. Also has medicinal uses. Also know as "Bouncing Bet".
Seeds per gram: 750
Product code: B4-14
Quick Sowing Guide
|Season||Autumn, late winter and spring|
|Germination||21-30 days @ 12-21°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle||Hardy Perennial|
|Position||Part or full sun, moist soil|
|Days Until Maturity||85 days flower (730 days root harvest)|
*Notes: Protect young plants from snails and slugs.
We deliver Australia wide.
All orders are dispatched from our warehouse in Knoxfield, Victoria, Australia.
We do not deliver overseas.
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|Order contains:||Delivery options:||Delivery cost per order|
|VIC, NSW, ACT, QLD, TAS, SA, NT||WA|
|Small seed packets ONLY -||Economy Delivery||$2.50 or FREE on orders over $20||$5|
|Parcel Delivery||Capped rate of $6.99|
BULK seed, garden supplies, tools, or accessories -
Capped rate of $6.99
|Starting from $15.00
(Calculated by weight)
|Live Plants -||Live plants||Capped rate of $10.00|
*All orders sent to Western Australia are subject to mandatory inspection and fees by Quarantine WA. These fees are included in all shipping costs above.
**We will replace all orders that are lost or damaged in transit however we will not replace or refund orders simply because they were delivered later than estimated. Full details here.
Ratings & Reviews
SoapwortReally successful germination rate from these seeds, the plant grew extremely well and was very healthy. Tragically, my mother who I share a garden with turned out to be incredibly allergic to the leaves so it had to go, but I could handle it just fine. I'd encourage anyone to give it a go, just patch-test it before going and making soap.