Ivory Castle boasts single, white blooms offset by creamy yellow centers.
Short-lived silky petal flowers appear over a long period, and self seeds freely.
Dislikes root disturbance, sow seeds in September in situ, or in Spring.
Height 15+ cm, thin to 15cm spacing.
Prefers a poor sandy soil and a sunny position but is easily grown in an ordinary garden soil. Succeeds in a hot dry position. Plants grow well in maritime climates.
If the dead flowers are removed before they set seed the plant will continue flowering for a longer period.
Plants resent root disturbance and should be sown in situ. The flowers are very attractive to bees.