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Lysimachia 'Candela' (VR)

Lysimachia 'Candela' (VR)
Unit Description: 50 Plants / Tray

List Price: £23.00 (ex. VAT at 20%)
    Note: price includes £0.04 / plant royalty charge
    (Additional label charges may also apply)



Hardy Perennials

Proven Winner® Variety

Current Availability:
3 Tray/s Available

An improvement on the previous 'Snow Candle' form - this has more white flower spikes on compact, green foliage.

Height x Spread / Trail
25 x 30 cm

Flowering Time
May - September

Possible Situation
Makes a lovely addition to an autumn basket or container.

Ideal Conditions
Prefers full sun, or partial shade with free-draining soil or compost.

Temperature Tolerance
A hardy plant which should survive normal winter conditions outside, especially if protected from the hardest frosts.

Suggested pot sizes to transplant plugs : 11cm : 1 Litre : 3 Litre +

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