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Mixed Freesias (Pack of 40 Bulbs) | Excellent value!
Mixed Freesias (Pack of 40 Bulbs) | Excellent value! Freesias Single Freesias
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Mixed Freesias (Pack of 40 Bulbs) | Excellent value! SEASONAL SPECIAL OFFERS

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Genus Freesias
Colours Mixed
Aspect Full Sun
Height 35cm
Planting period Spring
Flowering period May/June/July
Soil Type Well drained Soil
Size for this price 6cm+
Shipping est Dispatched in 3-5 working days
Delivery time Royal Mail 48hours tracked service to UK
Also suitable for containers Yes
Scented Yes
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Description of Mixed Freesias (Pack of 40 Bulbs) | Excellent value! SEASONAL SPECIAL OFFERS

This mixed collection of colourful and gloriously scented Freesias will make fabulous container displays in the garden or on your patio. These freesia corms can also be planted directly into your borders with a loam-based, well drained soil in a sunny position. Position your freesias at the front of your borders to appreciate its strong perfume. 
 
Amazing price! Pack of 40 Bulbs
Buy Freesias | Mixed Freesias (Pack of 40 Bulbs) | Gold Medal Winning Harts Nursery

Planting and growing instructions: Buy Freesias | Mixed Freesias (Pack of 40 Bulbs) | Gold Medal Winning Harts Nursery

  • Grow Freesias in moist, free-draining soil in a sunny position.
  • If growing in pots, use a loam-based compost such as John Innes No. 2. Plant Freesia bulbs 7cm deep and 10 cm apart.
  • If growing in a frost-prone area, it is advisable to grow in a greenhouse or in pots for the patio so that your containers can be moved over winter to a frost-free position. 

Plant care: Buy Freesias | Mixed Freesias (Pack of 40 Bulbs) | Gold Medal Winning Harts Nursery

  • If growing in a frost-prone area, it is advisable to grow in a greenhouse or in pots for the patio so that containers can be moved over winter to a frost-free position.
  • Once the flowers begin to grow through the surface of the soil again the following spring they can be moved back outside.
  • Water Freesias frequently throughout the Summer months. 
  • Reduce watering as they begin to die back and remove foliage. 
  • Freesias that are grown in garden borders outside should be mulched with chipped bark to protect them from cold wet weather over winter. 

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Watering Lilies

This question was asked by
- Annie Whitbread

When i plant my lilies bulbs in pots, how often should i water them? Do I not water at all until I see growth?

You can water your lilies moderately before signs of growth. Keep the soil evenly moist, watering whenever the top few inches of soil feel a bit dry. You should start seeing signs of growth quite soon especially in this warm weather. I would advise watering your lilies once a week when in active growth, and more often during dry spells. Make sure your pots have plenty of drainage though as the lilies will rot if they get too wet.


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Mixed Freesias (Pack of 40 Bulbs) | Excellent value!

This question was asked by
- P. Exeter

How far apart and how deeps should the bulbs be planted?

Hi there,
Plant Freesia bulbs 7cm deep and 10 cm apart.


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