Bachelor’s Button or Cornflower-It’s hard to beat the colours of the bachelor’s button. It got the name “cornflower” because it grew as a weed in cornfields, but you may welcome it in your garden. It does spread, but it is easy to pull out any extras. This tall 90 cm mix comes in the colours of purple, blue, pink and white provide papery blossoms that bring summer colour to the garden. They’re attractive planted in a group in a corner or open spot in the garden. Deadhead regularly to prolong blooming. Plant periodically over spring to prolong bloom times.