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Fuchsia 'Pink Fizz'
The next generation of climbing fuchsias has arrived! Fuchsia ‘Pink Fizz’ offers a huge improvement over the climbing favourite ‘Lady Boothby’. Showy and free flowering, the dangling pink blooms are produced along the entire length of the stem and not just on the tips. The vigorous upright stems can extend by up to 1.5m (5ft) in a single season, making it perfect for covering walls, fences, arches and obelisks. Tolerating temperatures down to -10°C (14F), this hardy fuchsia is tough enough to be permanently planted in a border getting bigger and better each year. Height: 1.5m (5’). Spread: 90cm (36").
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.
'Pink Fizz' Complete Tower Pot Collection
Includes 3 Postiplug plants, 25 litres of incredicompost™ ,100g of incredibloom® and 1 Tower Pot™ pack.
Runner Bean 'Summer Medley Collection'
Fill your vegetable plot with the vibrant colours of Runner Bean 'Summer Medley' - so attractive they will be equally at home in your flower borders or containers on the patio! This high yielding blend combines three separately packaged, spectacular varieties in red, pink, and white for an impressive display and a long cropping period. This collection comprises; 'Celebration','Lady Di', and 'Desiree'.More info
Climbing Bean 'Colourful Collection'
Phaseolus vulgaris, French Bean, Green Bean
A colourful collection of 3 of the best tasty climbing bean varieties from the latest breeding programmes, each with different flower and pod colours. This collection comprises; 'Monte Cristo', 'Monte Gusto' and Carminat. These high yielding varieties produce excellent crops of stringless, flavoursome, 25cm (10in) pods which hold in prime condition for much longer than traditional varieties. An excellent choice for adding colour to the vegetable plot as well as on the plate.More info
Old Man's Beard
A lovely 'dinner plate' clematis with blooms up to 20cm (8in) across, offering two summer flushes of colour. Flowers first appear in May/June and again in August/September. Ideal for fences, trellis, arbours and other supports in garden soil or in containers. The light foliage and vibrant flowers look great against a dark background.More info
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