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Liatris Spicata (Pack of 10 Bulbs)
£5.00
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Liatris Spicata (Pack of 10 Bulbs) Popular Summer Flowers

Corms/Bulbs for sale

Also known as Gayfeather
Genus Liatris Spicata
Colours Purple
Aspect Full Sun to Partial Shade
Height 80cm
Planting period Spring - March to May
Flowering period Summer (August/September)
Soil Type Well-drained Fertile Soil
Shipping est FEBRUARY/MARCH 2019
Delivery time February to end of May 2019
What is being sold? Corms/Bulbs for sale
Google Shopping title Popular Summer Flowers: Liatris Spicata (Pack of 10 Bulbs)
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Description of Liatris Spicata (Pack of 10 Bulbs) Popular Summer Flowers

Liatris Spicata is a very easy to grow plant in your garden. They will produce plumes of purple florets year after year. These nectar-rich flowers will attract bees and butterflies. 
PACK OF 10 BULBS
Liatris Spicata from the award winning Harts Nursery

Planting and growing instructions: Liatris Spicata from the award winning Harts Nursery

  • Make sure the danger of frost has passed before planting.
  • Position your Liatris Spicata bulbs in a sunny aspect to a depth of about 6inches, 2-4inches apart.
  • The small, flattened area is the top of the corm. The claw-like part should point downwards.
  • Make sure your soil is well-drained as Liatris like moisture but not soggy roots. Add humus to sandy soil. 

Plant care: Liatris Spicata from the award winning Harts Nursery

  • In Autumn, removed dead foliage and faded flowers. 
  • Lift and divide where necessary in Spring.
  • You may need to mark your planting area of Liatris Spicata as once the flowers have died back and the foliage removed, there is no trace of them. This will avoid damaging them when you prepare your Spring beds. 

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