Nemophila Penny Black - Plants x48 Growing Chart
- Plant Outdoors
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Nemophila Penny Black - Plants x48
- Masses of vibrant flowers
- Great for flower borders
- Use in cottage and urban gardens
Nemophila Penny Black, fondly called baby blue eyes, reveals lots and lots of striking black and white flowers. With an outer white ring and blue/black centres these cottage garden flowers are alert and vibrant, bringing your flower beds to life. Pretty, dainty indented leaves form a charming cushion of leaves behind the bright wide eyes.
A Royal Horticultural Society Perfect for Pollinators, Penny Black brings in animated insects bring for garden to life and pollinating other flowers in the garden to form seeds for next year or to form delicious fruit.
Position your young plants in any part of your garden that gets full sun or partial shade. Flowers keep returning on cushiony, compact plants if you give your plants a rich loamy soil or multi-purpose compost, which you keep moist each day.
Plant in a sheltered or exposed part of your garden and plants will reveal flowers in big numbers; Penny Black is great for beginners and experts alike, flowering whatever the weather.
A low-maintenance annual bedding plant, just make sure the soil is moist, but not waterlogged, at all times. Disease-free.See Full Description +
- Quantity 48x Medium Nemophila Plug Plants
- Height 15cm / 6in
- Size 25cm / 10in
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