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Viola Seed Bergwacht

Viola Seed Bergwacht

When most plants have had their season and your garden looks barren, these old favourites are a great choice f... read more

When most plants have had their season and your garden looks barren, these old favourites are a great choice for brightening up those dull winter days. Suitable for planting in baskets, containers and complimenting other spring flowering bulbs. These non-fussy plants provide masses of dark purple blooms flowering non stop for months on end. Early sowing (annual) : Sow February - March under glass in seedbeds. Plant out in April or May. Late sowing (biennial) : Sow mid July until mid August in seedbeds and plant out in autumn


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Viola Seed Bergwacht - 1 pack of seeds

Viola Seed Bergwacht - 1 pack of seeds A06422 - Viola Seed Bergwacht

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  • Seed weight 0.4 gram
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Viola Seed Bergwacht - 1 pack of seeds

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A06422 - Viola Seed Bergwacht

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Viola Seed Bergwacht

When most plants have had their season and your garden looks barren, these old favourites are a great choice for brightening up those dull winter days. Suitable for planting in baskets, containers and complimenting other spring flowering bulbs. These non-fussy plants provide masses of dark purple blooms flowering non stop for months on end. Early sowing (annual) : Sow February - March under glass in seedbeds. Plant out in April or May. Late sowing (biennial) : Sow mid July until mid August in seedbeds and plant out in autumn

Details Viola Seed Bergwacht

  • Blooms: October - February
  • Flower colour: purple
  • Leaf colour: Purple
  • Full grown: 7 months
  • Full grown height: 10 - 25 cm
  • Full grown width: 1 - 10 cm
  • Plant location: sunny
  • Plant depth: 2 cm
  • Hardiness: Not hardy
  • Preferred soil: Well drained

How to take care of Viola Seed Bergwacht

Give water on a regular basis to prevent the soil from drying out. Place the planter in a sunny spot on your patio or indoor. The pansy Viola plants are hardy. Remove dead flower heads regularly. Trim back the plants after flowering and give some liquid fertiliser to restart flowering.

Pansies do not like heat at all and will begin to decline as the days warm up. Regular watering will help them hang on a bit longer, but don’t expect your pansies to last all season.

Customer reviews

Dave R., Naas

Good product delivered in good time, thanks.

      Excellent
03-06-2019

Marian K., Ireland

Recived my order my shrub was fresh lovely and green very healthy will order from them again soon. Thank you,

       Excellent
20-07-2019

Pat H., Ireland

Everything I ordered arrived, well packaged - the delicate honeysuckle was looking none the worse for wear. I cannot comment on how or if they will grow yet. I shall do my part and hope for the best.

      Excellent
11-07-2019

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