Unit Description: 100 Plants / Tray
A good, strong Pansy-type Viola with a yellow marked face in the centre and watery green tinge bleeding from the edge towards the centre.
Height x Spread / Trail
15 x 25 cm
April - October
Look absolutely stunning in border fringes, rockeries, gravel gardens and bowls and tubs. Violas can be mixed with summer patio flowering and foliage plants but can also make excellent containers with other Violas for early spring through to Autumn.
Prefers cool, protected, partial shade, especially in summer months with moist, but free draining soil or compost.
A hardy plant which should survive normal winter conditions outside, especially if protected from the hardest frosts.
Dead-head, or trim to prolong flowering into the autumn. Cut the plants back in autumn and give a mulch and feed. Beware of slugs and aphids - both are fond of Viola's.
Suggested pot sizes to transplant plugs : 9cm : 11cm : 1 Litre
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