Halimiocistus Ice Dancer - 9cm Potted Shrub Growing Chart
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Halimiocistus Ice Dancer - 9cm Potted Shrub
- Evergreen, glossy leaves every month of the year
- Low maintenance decorative shrub
- Pattern-changing leaves through the summer
- Masses of flower buds every day
- Happy even in dry and poor soils given full sun
- Drought-tolerant variety, perfect for dry summers
- Fresh new flowers every day in May and June
- 9cm potted plant, delivered to your door
Enjoy the impact of evergreen bedding shrub Halimiocistus Ice Dancer. Every day of the year you are rewarded to glossy leaves that start green with cream speckles and turn to deep dark green over the summer and into autumn.
In May and June of every year your Halimiocistus Ice Dancer shrub erupts in masses of flower buds that open out into generous snow-white flowers with yellow central flower parts giving a look of poached-egg plant but with evergreen leaves.
Every day the shrub opens up more flowers for impressive early summer displays. Whether you plant Halimiocistus Ice Dancer in poor and shallow soils or in rich compost the shrub will thrive and put out lots of flowers, given they get a very sunny position in the garden.
Though happy in all soils your plant may be vulnerable to exposed winds and wind tunnels. Either avoid planting in wind tunnels or grow near a shelter belt of a hedge which filters on-coming wind.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x 9cm Potted Shrub
- Height Up To: 45cm / 18in
Delivery: Early March to Early September