Traditional bedding plant favourites at their best! Fill your garden with this beautiful garden ready collection of geraniums, antirrhinum, and marigolds. Easy to grow, and loved by all ages, this collection offers a nostalgic feel that will bring back happy memories. Upright and bushy with a long flowering season right up until first frosts of Autumn.
The collection –
The sheer brightness of colours in this French Marigold series opens up a whole range of colour theming opportunities in pots and borders.
Durango is a series of large anemone-flowered Marigolds, each flower to 5cm across, and is renowned for it's easy natural branching habit, filling up space well. Plant about 20cm apart for a carpet of colour.
Hot oranges, reds, and deep golden yellows and many with a mix of several shades in between. They thrive in full, hot sun, but tolerate our rainy periods too.
Fully deserving its coveted RHS Award of Garden Merit, you can be sure that this is a proven garden performer, guaranteed to be suitable for UK gardeners at every level of experience.
A dwarf version of a garden favourite, ‘Mini Butterflies’ has a delightfully neat habit and azalea-like double blooms in a range of beautiful colours from rich red and peach to in pastel pink, yellow and white. Named after their dragon-head flowers, the perfect, long-lasting garden plant, Snapdragons also make superb cut flowers, and you can grow them in the border, or in pots - just keep picking the blooms and they keep flowering.
Geranium Ultimate Red
With its abundance of large, fabulously rich scarlet flowers and deep green leaves, 'Zonal Ultimate Red' really is a top performing plant in beds, borders and containers. Fabulous planted in large groups and easy to look after. Zonals are so named because of the burgundy-coloured half-moon pattern that develops on the upper surface of their leaves, however, it is the strong lollipop-shaped flowers that deservedly capture your attention.
Supplied as 30 garden ready plants to be planted straight into your pots or garden borders.