Country Value Pansy Swiss Giants Mixed

SKU: 54654

  • Large bright flowers each with a dark central blotch, perfect as border edging, bedding and in containers.

  • Can be grown as annuals, biennials or perennials.

  • Prefers sun or shade and a well drained soil.

  • Sow indoors February to April.

  • Sow outdoors May to August.

  • Flowers Indoor sowing July to October, the same year.

  • Flowers outdoor sowing May to October, the following year.

  • Height 15cm

  • Average 100 seeds per pack

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Availability: In stock

Excl. VAT: £0.82 Incl. VAT: £0.98

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Sow indoors in February to April

  • In trays of seed compost
  • Sow thinly with a fine layer of compost
  • Firm gently and keep moist
  • Cover tray with glass, polythene or propagator lid
  • Keep at approx. 15-20°C (60-68°F)
  • Seedlings appear 14-28 days
  • Remove cover when seedlings appear
  • When large enough transplant singly to 7.5cm (3in) pots
  • Stand outside for a few days in May (avoid frost)
  • Transplant 15cm (6in) in flowering position from summer onwards
  • Flowers indoor sowing: July to October, the same year
  • Flowers outdoor sowing: May to October, the following year
  • Remove dead flower heads to prolong flowering

Sow outdoors in May to August

  • In a prepared seed bed
  • Sow thinly in rows 20cm (8in) apart
  • Cover with 1.5cm of fine soil
  • Firm gently and keep moist
  • When large enough thin to 10cm (4in) apart
  • Transplant 15cm (6ft) apart in flowering position from September to October
  • Flowers indoor sowing: July to October, the same year
  • Flowers outdoor sowing: May to October, the following year
  • Remove dead flower heads to prolong flowering

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