Coastal shrub garden
Pot size plant Ø 9cm
Height at delivery incl. pot 15-20 cm
Out of stock
Coastal areas and exposed gardens are harsh and unforgiving environments requiring special plants which are capable of surviving in these conditio...
Coastal areas and exposed gardens are harsh and unforgiving environments requiring special plants which are capable of surviving in these conditions. We have put together this fine offer is for 4 of our most popular flowering shrubs suitable for these harsh environments. Buddleja Davidii -9 cm pot , Euonymus albovariegatus 9 cm pot, Viburnum opulus 9 cm pot, and Ceanthous 9 cm pot.
- 1 x Buddleja davidii Blue
- 1 x Ceanothus Yankee Point 9 cm pot
- 1 x Euonymus microphyllus albovariegatus 9 cm pot
- 1 x Viburnum opulus Sterile
|Delivered as||Pot plant|
|Flower period||Spring thru Autumn|
|Preferred Soil||Well drained soil|
|Fully grown in||2 years|
How to take care of Coastal shrub garden
Soak the roots for approx 2 hrs before planting, water well after planting and for the next few weeks. Apply some organic fertiliser from next year in the spring, and protect from severe frosts with a layer of mulch.Buddleja - Prune hard in March (after the 1st year). Prune back to two inches from the old wood. Ceanothus - little pruning is required, but if you need to prune, then do this in winter or early spring. Viburnum - pruning: is not really necessary, you may take out old and damaged branches in spring to ground level.Euonymus -prune hard to encourage new growth at any time except spring. Pinch out the tips of shoots to encourage bushy growth.
For additional instructions see product packaging.