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Marshalls Selection Perennials - 60 Seedlings

Marshalls

£19.98

Catalogue Code: 5117-1999

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This pack of 60 summer flowering perennials will provide a mix of 3 varieties to provide a mix of colour in the garden. They will be carefully selected by our team on the nursery to provide a good mix throughout the summer months. Purchasing these seedlings is the most economical way to provide years of interest and only requires a little attention to pot up and grow into bigger plants before planting into the garden to flourish.

Key Features

  • Loved by pollinators
  • Hardy perennial
  • Disease resistant
  • Prefers full sun
  • Prefers part shade

Pack Contents: x60 Seedlings

Size: Mixed

Height: Mixed

Description

  • Great value for money
  • A mix of different varieties and colours
  • Being perennial they will survive most winters, re-grow and flower year after year
  • Attracts beneficial pollinators to nearby crops
  • Great range for that cottage garden look
  • Perfect for border planting

Take advantage of our fantastic bumper pack of summer perennials to fill your garden with plants that will die down each winter and come back again in the spring year after year. Our team on the nursery will carefully select 3 different trays/varieties in order to provide you with a prolonged garden display, or why not share with friends and family if you have less space.

Seedlings are our youngest and smallest plug plants, for the best value and masses of summer colour year after year. The collection will include a mix of varieties and colours and will need to be potted on, into small pots around 7-9cm in size for a month or so in season to allow them to establish into bigger and stronger plants before being planted into the garden to flourish.

How you will receive your plants:

Selected by our team of experts and sent from our nursery, you will receive your seedlings in plug trays in a box. These are designed to keep your plants secure and to prevent damage in transit. Seedling plugs will require growing-on in larger pots.

Can’t plant straight away?

If you aren't able to pot your plugs up straight away then ensure they stay moist. You can place your plugs on a saucer or tray of shallow water so they are able to stay hydrated. Aim to have your plugs potted on within 3 days.

Planting tips and hints:

Potting seedling plugs on: On arrival place your plug trays in shallow water to allow them to soak ensuring the rootballs are moist. Use the end of a pencil or a narrow dibber to gently tease your plugs out of their trays. Choose potting on pots approximately 3 inches in diameter to plant your plugs on. Fill the pots with quality potting on compost and tap down until level. Use your pencil to make a hole in the top of the compost and place your plug plant in, gently pushing around the base of the plant. Repeat this process for all of your plugs and then place them in a tray and thoroughly water with a watering can using a fine rose to prevent the compost from being displaced. Grow your plants in a cold-frame, large sunny windowsill,  or greenhouse. Water every 2-3 days and more frequently if sunny to prevent drying out.

Hardening off: Once your potted on plants reach a good size and are ready to plant out in their final location, the first step is to harden them off before moving them outdoors permanently. This involves simply placing them outdoors during the day and back undercover at night to allow them to get accustomed to the lower temperatures. Once they have been hardened off for a week your plants should be ready to plant out in their final location.

Planting in containers: Plant approximately 8-12 plants per 30cm container. Sprinkle a layer of stone or gravel in the bottom of the container to aid drainage. Use a high-quality young plant or general-purpose compost spaced evenly with enough space to allow the plants to grow. Mix in a slow-release granular fertiliser in the compost before placing the plant to provide plenty of nutrients. Water thoroughly once planted up. Continue to water every 3-5 days and don't allow the container to dry out.

Planting in the ground: Dig a hole approximately twice as deep and 3 times as wide as the plant, if your soil is heavy mix in general-purpose compost, horticultural sand and stone or potting grit to ensure good drainage. Gently compact the soil around the plant and water thoroughly.

Feeding and aftercare: When feeding use a liquid feed high in potash so it gets to the roots of the plant allowing them to absorb the feed.

*Planting and flowering months below are subject to seasonal weather conditions.

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