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Biennials live for 2 years, whereas perennials live for longer. As a general rule, biennial and perennial seeds should be sown in spring, but some can be sown in autumn as well. Many varieties will self-seed after flowering, giving you even more plants!
Pansy 'Mello® 21' F1 Hybrid
Viola x wittrockianaCustomer Rating
Mello® 21 has twenty one different shades and bicolours from black through to white. The flowers are an excellent size without being too big, smooth, well rounded, firm and upward facing on compact plants, held clear of the small foliage. A true spring, summer and winter flowering bedding or container pansy. Combining both cold hardy and heat tolerant genetic lines, it features formula mixing of seed to ensure as near as possible a balance of all 21 colours.
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.More info
Hellebore 'Washfield Doubles'
Helleborus x hybridus
Please note that stock of this item will be available from June 2012. More info
Geranium 'Summer Showers Burgundy'
Pelargonium peltatum, Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved PelargoniumPresenting the first burgundy flowered ivy geranium, true from seed! Grown in containers, baskets or bedding even in hot weather - the strong, well branched, non interlocking plants hold six to eight large florets.
Although technically perennial, Pelargoniums are only half hardy and therefore normally treated as annuals in the UK. However, with care, they may be overwintered in a frost free greenhouse. More info
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