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Salvia Vista Mixed 24x Plants Growing Chart
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We despatch our fresh, nursery-grown live plants (including vegetables, trees and flowers) when they are at a stage of growth ready for you, the customer, to plant on at home.
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Salvia Vista Mixed 24x Plants
Was £10.99. Now £2.19
- Great for wall-side borders
- Use in courtyard gardens
Description: Red, pink, white and purple annual salvia flower mix. So pretty and so eye catching this mix is a real colour explosion. Dense, well-packed flower spikes give this mix a tidy habit for an effortless well-kept garden look. The dark green leaves contrast beautifully with the bright flowers.
Every young plant produces more than one flower spike so you get so much flower power even in as small a space as 30cm² or a typical container. Cheer up flower borders with beautiful Salvia Vista Mixed and you will see bursts of colour appear big from June right up to November and even longer in a warm autumn.
Salvia Vista Mixed enjoys disease resistance to powdery mildew thanks to modern breeding. So grow in any part of the garden that gets full sun or part sun throughout the day, in loamy soil or all-purpose compost and your flowers will thrive.
A great flower to use in cottage gardens, formal gardens, containers and wall-side borders. They are easy to tend. Space young plants 20-30cm apart in a border or plant six in a 30cm container for a vibrant container display.See Full Description +
- Quantity 24x Large Salvia Plugs
- Height 30cm / 12in
- Size Spread: 40cm / 16in
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