Geranium Collection - Bare Root Perennial 1x3 0

Geranium Collection – Bare Root Perennial 1×3

Super-value Collection.get Hold Of One Plant Each Of Geranium Sanguineum Elke, geranium Sandrine, Havana Blues. Beautiful Hardy Geraniums To Suit All Parts Of Your Garden.these Bare-root Varieties Arrive To You As A Bare-root Plant Fully Labelled Plants With Their Roots Surrounded By A Polythene Bag To Give The Roots A Good, Humid Environment.bare-root Plants Are Perfect For You To Plant In The Ground Or In Containers Anytime From Autumn To Spring.  the Head Of Leaves And Stems Will Burst Into Leaf And Flower From Next Spring, And A Good Root Network Which Will Establish In The Ground Over Winter.remove The Polythene Bag And Water The Root Area Of Your Bare-root Plant On Arrival. Try To Plant Straight Away But If This Is Not Possible Your Plant Will Survive Up To Two Or Three Days With Its Roots Buried In Some Loose Moist Soil. Keep Out Of Direct-sun Until Permanently Planted.once Planted In Rich, Moist Soil Provide A Thick Layer Of Compost On The Surface Around The Plant Will Keep The Soil Area Warm And The Roots Stimulated For Over Winter.

Geranium Havana Blues - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Geranium Havana Blues – Bare Root Perennial X1

Beautiful Colour Contrasts! What’s More, It Keeps Flowering Until The First Frosts. Yellow-green, Finely Divided Foliage Is A Fine Accompaniment To The Lovely Flowers.this Bare-root Variety Arrives To You As A Bare-root Plant Fully Labelled Plant With Its Roots Surrounded By A Polythene Bag To Give The Roots A Good, Humid Environment.bare-root Plants Are Perfect For You To Plant In The Ground Or In Containers Anytime From Autumn To Spring.  the Head Of Leaves And Stems Will Burst Into Leaf And Flower From Next Spring, And A Good Root Network Which Will Establish In The Ground Over Winter.remove The Polythene Bag And Water The Root Area Of Your Bare-root Plant On Arrival. Try To Plant Straight Away But If This Is Not Possible Your Plant Will Survive Up To Two Or Three Days With Its Roots Buried In Some Loose Moist Soil. Keep Out Of Direct-sun Until Permanently Planted.once Planted In Rich, Moist Soil Provide A Thick Layer Of Compost On The Surface Around The Plant Will Keep The Soil Area Warm And The Roots Stimulated For Over Winter. 

Geranium Sandrine - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Geranium Sandrine – Bare Root Perennial X1

Large Purple Pink Flowers 5cm (2in) In Diameter With Mesmerising Dark Black Central Eyes. The Foliage Is Light Green, Providing A Striking Contrast With The Lovely Flowers. Attract A Host Of Beneficial Pollinators.this Bare-root Variety Arrives To You As A Bare-root Plant Fully Labelled Plant With Its Roots Surrounded By A Polythene Bag To Give The Roots A Good, Humid Environment.bare-root Plants Are Perfect For You To Plant In The Ground Or In Containers Anytime From Autumn To Spring.  The Head Of Leaves And Stems Will Burst Into Leaf And Flower From Next Spring, And A Good Root Network Which Will Establish In The Ground Over Winter.remove The Polythene Bag And Water The Root Area Of Your Bare-root Plant On Arrival. Try To Plant Straight Away But If This Is Not Possible Your Plant Will Survive Up To Two Or Three Days With Its Roots Buried In Some Loose Moist Soil. Keep Out Of Direct-sun Until Permanently Planted.once Planted In Rich, Moist Soil Provide A Thick Layer Of Compost On The Surface Around The Plant Will Keep The Soil Area Warm And The Roots Stimulated For Over Winter.

Geranium Sanguineum Elke - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Geranium Sanguineum Elke – Bare Root Perennial X1

Flowering Through The Summer Months In Those Difficult Hot, Dry Areas Under Trees This Fluorescent Purple-pink Geranium With White Centre Thrives. Giving Interest Into Autumn Where The Foliage Turns Vivid Red.this Bare-root Variety Arrives To You As A Bare-root Plant Fully Labelled Plant With Its Roots Surrounded By A Polythene Bag To Give The Roots A Good, Humid Environment.bare-root Plants Are Perfect For You To Plant In The Ground Or In Containers Anytime From Autumn To Spring.  the Head Of Leaves And Stems Will Burst Into Leaf And Flower From Next Spring, And A Good Root Network Which Will Establish In The Ground Over Winter.remove The Polythene Bag And Water The Root Area Of Your Bare-root Plant On Arrival. Try To Plant Straight Away But If This Is Not Possible Your Plant Will Survive Up To Two Or Three Days With Its Roots Buried In Some Loose Moist Soil. Keep Out Of Direct-sun Until Permanently Planted.once Planted In Rich, Moist Soil Provide A Thick Layer Of Compost On The Surface Around The Plant Will Keep The Soil Area Warm And The Roots Stimulated For Over Winter.

Campanula Sarastro - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Campanula Sarastro – Bare Root Perennial X1

Deep Shiny Violet-purple Buds Open To Huge Blue Pendant Bell Flowers. Forming A Dense Mound Of Foliage On Upright Stems This Variety Grows In Most Soil Types And Aspects. Great For Borders, Great For Containers!this Bare-root Variety Arrives To You As A Bare-root Plant Fully Labelled Plant With Its Roots Surrounded By A Polythene Bag To Give The Roots A Good, Humid Environment.bare-root Plants Are Perfect For You To Plant In The Ground Or In Containers Anytime From Autumn To Spring.  the Head Of Leaves And Stems Will Burst Into Leaf And Flower From Next Spring, And A Good Root Network Which Will Establish In The Ground Over Winter.remove The Polythene Bag And Water The Root Area Of Your Bare-root Plant On Arrival. Try To Plant Straight Away But If This Is Not Possible Your Plant Will Survive Up To Two Or Three Days With Its Roots Buried In Some Loose Moist Soil. Keep Out Of Direct-sun Until Permanently Planted.once Planted In Rich, Moist Soil Provide A Thick Layer Of Compost On The Surface Around The Plant Will Keep The Soil Area Warm And The Roots Stimulated For Over Winter.

Astrantia Pink Pride - Bare Root Perennial X1 0

Astrantia Pink Pride – Bare Root Perennial X1

A Cottage Garden Beauty That Fits Into Many Flower Schemes – Good At The Front Of Borders Or In Containers. Beautiful Pincushion Flower Heads Of Candy-pink Appear On Wiry Stems Above Bright Green Palmate Foliage Throughout The Summer.after They Flower, You Can Expect A Second Flush Later In The Season, Just Cut Back The Flowering Stems Once They Flowered For The First Time And They May Flower Again In September.receiving Your Bare Root Plantdig A Hole That’s Large Enough To Fit The Entire Root Mass Without Any Roots Being Broken, Bent Or Emerging From The Surface. It Basically Needs To Be Deep Enough To Entirely Cover The Roots All The Way Up To The Soil Mark On The Stem.use A Granular Fertiliser To Give The Planting Hole A Boost Before Planting.position the Plant Into The Planting Hole (making Sure It’s Straight And Upright) And Fill Back In With The Dug-out Soil.firm Down The Soil Around The Base Of The Rose Gently With Your Hands. Give The Plant A Good Soak With Water Straight Away After Planting. Surround The Plant With A Mulch Of Bulky Compost Or Manure To Give It A Good Feed And Insulate The Very Active Roots.

Gillenia Trifoliata Bare Root Plant 0

Gillenia Trifoliata Bare Root Plant

This Gillenia Trifoliatabare Root Plant Forms A Delightful Perennial Which Is Equally Loved For Both Its Flowers And Foliage, Which Turns To Beautiful Shades Of Red During The Autumn. It Will Bear Lots Of Dainty, White Star-shaped Flowers During Midsummer And Then, In Autumn, The Lovely, Deeply Lobed Foliage Changes Colours From Lush Green To Vibrant Red.after Flowering Gillenia Trifoliate Forms Attractive Seed Heads. Best Planted Near The Front Of Border, And Suited To A Shady Spot, So Perfect For A Woodland Border.gillenia Trifoliata Is Supplied As A Bare Root Plant So Plant It In Beds Or Borders As Soon As You Receive It And Water Well. It Prefers A Fertile, Slightly Acidic Soil With Some Protection From Hot Sun.

Astrantia Collection X3 Bare Roots 0

Astrantia Collection X3 Bare Roots

This Astrantia Collection Include The Following Bare Root Plants; Astrantia pink Pride, Buckland And Claret. Their Range Of Colours Makes Them Perfect Planting Companions For Each Other As Well As Many Other Common Garden Plants. If You Have A Moist, Shady Spot Then These Astrantias Are For You. astrantia Buckland Has Attractive, Pale Pink Flowers With Hints Of Green And White. The Flowers, Which Appear From June To August, Are Held Above Deep Green, Lobed Leaves And Compared To Many Other Astrantias, Buckland Produces Much Larger Flowers. Perfect For Cottage-garden Displays, It Can Be Used Equally Well In Contemporary Planting Schemes. Great For A Sunny Or Partially Shaded Spot As Long As The Soil Remains Moist.astrantia Claret Flowers are Surrounded By Long-lasting Bracts. Astrantia Flower Heads Look Like Pincushions Hence The Plants' other Common Name Of Hattie's Pincushion.  Astrantia 'claret' Has Crimson Flowers That Are Produced In Profusion Above attractive Lobed Foliage.astrantia Pink Pride a Cottage Garden Beauty That Fits Into Many Flower Schemes – Good At The Front Of Borders Or In Containers. Beautiful Pincushion Flower Heads Of Candy-pink Appear On Wiry Stems Above Bright Green Palmate Foliage Throughout The Summer. After They Flower, You Can Expect A Second Flush Later In The Season, Just Cut Back The Flowering Stems Once They Flowered For The First Time And They May Flower Again In September.astrantia Are Perfect Plants For Moist, Shady Borders. Plant The Bare Roots Into Weed Free Soil And Water In. Cut Back Spent Stems In Late Autumn When Flowering Has Finished And Plants Will Re-emerge Next Spring.

Sweet Violet - Viola Odorata X6 0

Sweet Violet – Viola Odorata X6

One Waft Of The Parma Violet Scent Of These Sweet Violets (viola Odorata) Will Take You Back Down Memory Lane!  delicate-looking Violets Are Sweet Enough To Eat – When Sugared the Flowers Can Be Used To Decorate Cakes- But They Are Tough Customers Too, Taking Anything The Winter Brings.the Wonderful Old-fashioned Scent Of These Much Loved Perennials Can Now Be Enjoyed In Your Home And In Your Garden.sweet Violets Are One Of The Sweetest Smelling Plants Ever Grown In British gardens.once Established, These Hardy Little Plants Will Provide You With Sweet Smelling, Spreading Carpets Of Flower In Wooded Or Shady Areas Of Your Garden.delivered As Bare Roots From Mid January To May 

Cirsium Rivulare Atropurpureum - Brook Thistle X1 Bare Root Perennial 0

Cirsium Rivulare Atropurpureum – Brook Thistle X1 Bare Root Perennial

Soft As Thistledown. Ruby Red Thistle-like Flowers Top The Sturdy Stems Of This Soft-to-touch, ‘tamed’ Member Of The Thistle Family. It Is Gorgeous With Grasses Or In Wild Schemes To Attract Bees And Other Pollinators.cirsium Are Perfect Plants For Sunny Borders. They Also Make Attractive Cut Flowers.plant The Bare Roots Into Weed Free Soil And Water In.cut Back Spent Stems In Late Autumn When Flowering Has Finished And Plants Will Re-emerge Next Spring flowers June-septemberheight 1.2m/4ft