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Bellis perennis ’Tasso Deep Rose’ - plant for planters
Bellis perennis 'Tasso Deep Rose'
Fully double pompom flowers are held on short stems above
mats of bright green leaf rosettes. These daisies are hardy perennials but are often grown as biennials because
flower size and quality decline with each flowering.
Height & Spread: 15x10cm
B. perennis 'GataxY Red' Semi-double flowers with a yellow eye.
C. persicum 'Miracle Rose' This large-flowered, scented
cultivar is suitable for use under glass, or outdoors in
only the mildest areas.
Height & Spread: 15x15cm.
Cultivation: Plant in autumn in free-draining, humus-rich
compost. Site in full sun or partial shade. Water plants
moderately and apply a balanced liquid feed once
the buds form. Deadhead to prolong flowering. Increase
plants by dividing every two years, after flowering.

Camellia japonica 'Coquettii'
Slow-growing, compact, erect evergreen shrub with glossy
dark foliage. Bears profuse, double, deep red flowers.
Height & Spread: 2.4x1.2m
C.japonic 'Miss Charleston' Neat, upright shrub with large, deep red semi-double flowers with golden stamens.
Cultivation: Plant this acid-loving camellia in autumn
in a large planter of ericaceous compost. To protect flowers
from frost/thaw damage, position the plant where it will not be exposed to full early morning sun. Camellias grow best in dappled shade. Water freely while growing, if the rootball becomes dry in summer the flower buds will abort the following spring. Feed annually in late spring with a balanced liquid fetiliser. Top-dress in autumn with leaf-mould. Prune to
shape after flowering. Scale insect may be troublesome.
 
 
 
Camellia japonica ’Coquettii’ - plant for planters

 
 
Erysimum cheiri syn. Cheiranthus ’cheri Wallflower’ - plant for planters
Erysimum cheiri syn. Cheiranthus 'cheri Wallflower'
Biennial sub-shrub with lance-shaped leaves and
clusters of sweetly scented, four-petalled flowers.
Height & Spread: 30x25cm
E. cheiri 'Scarlet Bedder' Slightly shorter variety.
Cultivation: Plant bedding wallflowers in early autumn in a free-draining, neutral or slightly alkaline compost and site in a sheltered sunny position. Water moderately. Feeding is unnecessary. Pinch out the growing tips to encourage bushiness, and trim after flowering to encourage further blooms.

Ranunculus asiaticus 'Accolade Red Shades'
Striking tuberous perennial producing large, fully double,
peony-like flowers in a range of red shades.
Height & Spread: 25x15cm
R. asiaticus 'Bloomingdale Red Shades' Very large showy flowers in a range from coppery to blood red.
Cultivation:Plant out in early spring in a good-quality,
moist, potting mix. Site the planters in a sunny position. These cultivars will tolerate moderate frost, but should be moved to a sheltered position if a cold spell is severe or prolonged. Water moderately. Feeding is unnecessary. Deadhead any spent flowers to encourage further flowering.
 
 
Ranunculus asiaticus ’Accolade Red Shades’ - plant for planters
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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