Strawberry Swirl Pansies - Easyplanter for hanging baskets & patio pots

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Buy Strawberry Swirl Pansies - Easyplanter for hanging baskets & patio pots : An easy option for pots and baskets

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: good potting compost
  • Rate of growth: average to fast-growing
  • Flowering period: milder spells from autumn to spring
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Creating a wonderful display in your winter baskets could not be easier, because these 'Strawberry Swirl' pansies have been ready-planted into a plastic tray. Therefore, when you receive it, all you need to do is half-fill your hanging basket with compost (you will need one with a diameter of at least 30cm), place the tray on top, and fill in any gaps around the edges with a bit more compost before giving it all a good water. The roots of the plants can grow through the base of the plastic tray and into the compost below, so provided it is kept frost free and well watered, the plants will soon start to fill out.

    Each pre-prepared tray measures 30cm in diameter and 8cm high, and contains a colourful mixture of pansy plants. The trays also contain a slow release fertiliser that will get the plants off to a flying start.

    Made from 100% recycled plastic, the trays can be widely recycled after your bedding displays have finished. Alternatively, reuse them as bulb baskets - place a layer of compost in the bottom, add bulbs and plant out in the garden. When the flowers fade, lift the basket and store the bulbs ready for another year.

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