This graceful flower is botanically known as Agrostemma githago. More commonly called “Corn Cockle”. The original native form of this beautiful spring flower derived its name from early farmers who tried to keep it from growing in their fields. 

Agrostemma is available from late spring to early summer.


Agrostemma - Side - Photo Credit Allison Linder Agrostemma - Length - Photo Credit Allison Linder

Photo Credit: Allison Linder©

  • Availability:
    Seasonally – Late spring to early summer
  • Colors:
    Blue (pictured) and white
  • Variations:
  • Sold in:
    Bunches (10 stems)
    Case lots
  • Shipped:

Please consult with your sales representative for this weeks availability.