Garden "Pretty In Pink" Mixed Garden Bulbs
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A great way to add colour and life to your gardens, These mixed garden bulbs will grow to a maximum height of 290mm.
- Guarantee - 1 year
- Planting Season - May
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Features and benefits
Flower bulbs may cause skin irritation - use gloves when handling. May be harmful if eaten
- The Pretty in Pink Collection is made up of purple & pink flowering varieties that are specially selected to ensure colour throughout summer
- Keep cool until planting, plant as soon as possible
|Variety||"Pretty In Pink"|
|Colour description||Pink and purple|
|Soil Moisture||Well drained|
|Where to plant||Partial shade|
|Eventual height & spread||29 cm x 19.5 cm|
|Flowering period||June to October|
Help & Advice
How to guides
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