Ready Pot Plug Plants
Our Ready Pot Plug plant are strong grown plants which are approximate 6-10 cm from bottom of the root to the top of the plant.
Plant your Ready Pot Plants into a small pot approximates a 9 cm pot with drainage holes at bottom with a good multipurpose compost ,grow on for around 3 weeks in a frost free light place e.g a greenhouse or a draft free window ledge in the house making sure there is plenty of light and temperature does not drop below freezing. When planting ready plug plants into pots with compost water so compost is moist, making sure plants do not dry out or are over watered, we recommend after about 3 weeks cut the tips of foliage off only approximate 1 cm from top of plant this will allow plants to build a stronger habbit. Then when sign of roots appear to fill the pots plant into your place of choice.
We deliver to all the UK including South and Northern Ireland we have a good delivery service from royal mail. Please allow 3-4 working days for delivery with exception of remote areas. Unfortunately we do not deliver our ready pot plugs into Europe at present, however we do deliver a collection of our seeds into europe. Carrige charge with P+P will be £4.95 per collection of ready pot plugs.Seeds have a delivery charge of £0.95 in the UK and also we can deliver in Europe delivery can take 7 to 10 days delivery depending on distance post and packaging £2.00. All prices include VAT
Terms and Conditions
All plants and seeds should be delivered in good condition if you are dissatisfied with the condition on arrival please contact the nursery on arrival on 01633 400419 Due to plants being a living produce we cannot take responsibility of the loss of plants if they are not correctly looked after.
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The first range of perennial Nemesia seeds were launched at the Chelsea Flower Show 2001 by Penhow Nurseries.
Half Hardy perennials with a flowering period of April to October, suitable for borders, Rockeries, tubs and Baskets.
1.Scatter seeds thinly in pots or trays on a window ledge or in a greenhouse at approx fifteen to twenty degrees C (60-68F) in a good quality finely sieved compost allowing a 3mm deep layer over seeds. Keep compost moist, seedlings should begin to appear seven to fourteen days after sewing.
2.Thin seedlings in stages into a larger pot until a suitable size is reached to allow them to be planted outside in a partial sun position temporarily until the young plants adjust to the sun’s conditions.
3.When the plant stops flowering (Oct/Nov) remove half the foliage to allow the plant to grow and flower the following year.
Sow Jan-June Flower Apr-Oct
Average seed contents-50