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Osteospermum 'Blue Eyed Beauty'
African Daisy, Cape DaisyButtery yellow blooms with a contrasting blue eye smother this stocky little African Daisy from June to September. This early flowering variety has a compact, branching habit that is perfect for filling beds and containers, or edging sunny borders. Like all Cape Daisies, Osteospermum ‘Blue Eyed Beauty’ thrives in hot and sunny conditions, performing beautifully, even in difficult dry soils. Height and spread: 40cm (16"). More info
Tomato Duo (Garden-Ready)
Solanum lycopersicum L.
Tomato Sungold F1 Hybrid -
An outstanding cordon cherry tomato for glasshouse or outdoor culture. Tomato 'Sungold' has an exceptionally high sugar content, that easily rivals 'Gardeners Delight', making its attractive, golden-orange fruit irresistibly sweet and juicy. The high yields of delicious fruit (each approximately 13g) are ideal for salads or as a tasty snack. This popular variety also has good resistance to tobacco mosaic virus and fusarium wilt. Height: 200cm (79"). Spread: 50cm (20").
Tomato 'Sungold' plants are delivered from late April for growing under glass and from late May for growing outdoors.
Please note: Delivery is subject to plant size, and adverse growing conditions during production may delay despatch schedules.
Tomato Sweet Apéritif -
With its multi branching habit, this red skinned cherry tomato produces excellent yields of delicious, bite sized fruits. Tomato ‘Sweet Aperitif’ has a high sugar content and just the right amount of acidity which combine beautifully for a sweet, but refreshing flavour. This cordon variety can be grown in the greenhouse, or in a sheltered, sunny spot outdoors. Height: 200cm (79"). Spread: 50cm (20").
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Calibrachoa Ruby Buttons
Try calibrachoa alongside your petunias in 2015 and you won't look back! 'Ruby Buttons' gives tremendous basket performance, with trailing stems smothered in blooms of the richest ruby red. Small blooms mean better weather tolerance too!More info
Rose 'Bright as a Button'
The dense glossy green foliage makes this magnificent persica rose ideal for filling bare spots in garden borders. But it's the repeat-flowering scented blooms, from May to October, that make 'Bright As A Button' a real stand out beauty. Cut the scented blooms for indoor use and new pink flowers will just keep on coming, revealing vivid burgundy and gold centres as they open. Strong disease resistance makes it an easy option where black spot and rust may have caused you problems in the past.More info
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