Stocks have double flowers with a one inch diameter and a pleasing clove-like scent. Colours range from white, cream, yellow, peach, lavender, pink, purple and burgundy.

When do these grow

Stocks are planted in February-June and are at their blooming best from mid-May to early-July.

Did you know

Stock flower belongs to the mustard family! We don’t mean mustard that you squeeze onto your hot dogs and hamburgers. The stock flower is related to turnips and broccoli within the mustard family.

The flower is even edible and tastes much like it smells. They are somewhat spicy and resemble the flavour of a radish.

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