Corncockle grows to a meter tall with lanceolate leaves. The pink flowers are up to 5 cm in diameter, usually single at the ends of the stem. It is a stiffly erect plant, covered with fine hairs. The flowers are scentless, are 25–50 mm across and are produced from early to late summer. The summer-flowering corncockle is perfect for naturalising in a sunny wildflower or cottage garden.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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