Coreopsis Limerock Ruby - Plants Growing Chart
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Coreopsis Limerock Ruby - Plants
Was £7.99. Now £5.59
- High numbers of pretty flowers
- Returns every year
- Use in container displays
Perennial Coreopsis Limerock Ruby gives you a thick umbrella of red daisy-like flowers from June to September with button-like yellow centres providing a beautiful contrast. Flowers appear above finely feathered leaves giving Limerock Ruby an elegant look for your flower display.
Attractive to beneficial insects like hoverflies which stick around and feed on aphids- a natural and effective pest control.
Grow in a sheltered and sunny part of your garden. You can choose to add Coreopsis Limerock Ruby to a flower border to accompany other perennials like rudbeckias and salvias. Alternatively plant in a container (3 young plants will fit a 30cm container) as a backdrop to other containers full of bedding positioned at the front.
Plant in a multi-purpose compost and water well after planting. Water twice a day as a general rule, but increase watering to three times in particularly hot and dry periods.
You can increase the flowering by picking off the flowers as they wither. This encourages your plants to produce more flowers rather than seedheads.See Full Description +
- Quantity 3x Coreopsis Perennial Plants
- Height 40cm / 16in
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