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Sow half-hardy annuals in early spring, making sure that you protect them from frost. Plant them out after all risk of frost has passed and you'll be rewarded with delightful flowers all throughout the summer. Hint: use the selections in the left menu to narrow down your search for the perfect half-hardy annual seeds for your garden. For direct sowing take a look at our stunning range of hardy annual seeds.
Cineraria 'Dwarf British Beauty Mixed'
Pericallis x hybrida, Cineraria cruentus, Cineraria x hybrida, Florists' Cineraria, Senecio x hybridusCustomer Rating
Neat plants with a rounded and graceful habit, in a brilliant, range of colours. An economical way of producing early spring flowering pot plants as they need little more than frost exclusion, Winter temperatures should not exceed 13C (55F) and can be as low as 7C (45F). Flowers spring onwards. Height/Spread: 25/25cm (10/10in). More info
Cup And Saucer Vine, Cathedral Bells, Cups And Saucers, Mexican Ivy
A showy climber for the cool greenhouse, conservatory, and also forming a very decorative screen on trellis or south facing wall in milder areas. The large bell shaped 'cup and saucer' flowers are often 6cm (2½ in) across. Flowers late summer. Climber. More info
Datura metel 'La Fleur Lilac'
Brugmansia, Datura stramonium var. tatula 'La Fleur Lilas', Angels' Trumpet, Thorn AppleCustomer Rating
Flowering in just 3½ months. Particularly good for patio, cool greenhouse or conservatory where the evocative sweet fragrance of the bluey-lilac, 10cm (4 inch) trumpet blooms fills the air. Height: 30-45cm (12-18in) More info
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