Nothing beats this old spring favourite. Wallflowers produce big clusters of colourful flowers and are perfect for planting in any sunny spot in the garden, but look their very best when planted casually in dry walls or rockeries. On top of that, they’re scented and bee-friendly too! Planting Wallflowers as bare roots in autumn is the traditional way, because they produce much stronger, more floriferous results earlier in the spring. Sweet Scent and Jewel Highlights.
Bring a sparkling designer colour scheme to your spring bedding with this contrasting duo . Perfect in containers and flower borders. The deep ruby red and fresh, pearly pastel flowers also highlight spring tulips beautifully.
Planting bare roots in autumn is the traditional way, because they produce much stronger, more ﬂoriferous results earlier in the spring.
Plant the bare roots into weed free, well cultivated soil in sun or part shade. Space plants around 15-20cms apart. Keep moist until established.
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