Upright blue-green divided foliage supports strong, compact stems of buttery, vanilla flowers with dark button eyes.
Prefers full sun with free-draining soil or compost.
Brilliant in the container, for the patio, conservatory. Try mixing in with other Argyranthemums.
Height x Spread / Trail:
30 x 40 cm
April - October
To keep this plant over winter it must be kept in a frost free area.
Dead-heading through the season will help to improve the appearance.
Summer Patio Flowering
Recommended Pot Sizes:
Typical time required from pot to sale:
0 weeks over Winter
0 weeks in Spring / Summer
Based on producing a finished pot size of 1L for plug products and 2L for liner products. (*)
Growing Media / Irrigation / Water Capacity:
Feeding / Fertilser
(during crop time):
Growth Regulation PGR:
Temperature During Production:
Temperature During Transport:
Available for Delivery:
Recommended Sales Window:
Please note: this forecasted availability is a guide only. Quantities can be increased or produced earlier on request.
Additional Notes (*):
All information provided is based on producing a default finished pot size of 1L for our plug products, and 2L for 7cm and 9cm liner products. For alternative pot sizes please adjust cultural notes accordingly.
Finishing times - Based on average estimated climatic and environmental conditions, and are for guidance purposes only.
Temperature – These conditions assume a protected ornamental growing environment. Recommended growing is generally above 5°C.
Feeding – Does not specify controlled release or liquid fertiliser application. This choice will depend on your conditions, requirements and preferences – please contact your fertiliser consultant for suitable products to meet your requirements.
Growing media and pH – Is shown for guidance purposes only - please contact your growing media consultant for suitable growing media to meet your requirements.
This information is for guidance purposes only and is based upon our own growing environment and experience during trials. It is wise to use your own knowledge about your growing conditions and local environment in order to make informed cultural decisions.