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Cottage perennial garden

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Grace your garden with this palette of colourful and scented, nectar producing perennials and be the envy of y... read more

Grace your garden with this palette of colourful and scented, nectar producing perennials and be the envy of your neighbours.

Plant them now for dazzling displays in your border year after year. An ideal garden for those who enjoy both gardening and birdwatching.

This collection of bare root plants will bloom from April until September depending on the individual blooming times of the varieties.

Cutflowers Fragrant


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Cottage perennial garden - 35 plants

Cottage perennial garden - 35 plants A01179 - Cottage Perennial Garden x 35

  • 35 plants ( £0.26 per piece)
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Cottage perennial garden

Grace your garden with this palette of colourful and scented, nectar producing perennials and be the envy of your neighbours.

Plant them now for dazzling displays in your border year after year. An ideal garden for those who enjoy both gardening and birdwatching.

This collection of bare root plants will bloom from April until September depending on the individual blooming times of the varieties.

Details Cottage perennial garden

  • Cutflowers
  • Fragrant
  • Very easy to grow
  • Usage: Outdoor Use Only
  • Blooms: April - September
  • Flower colour: mix
  • Full grown height: 75 - 100 cm
  • Full grown width: 1. 50 - 2 m
  • Hardiness: -15 Celsius
  • Harmful if eaten
  • Preferred soil: Grows in any soil

Offer Comprises:


  • 3 Aconitum carmichaelii arendsii
  • 10 Anemone blanda White Splendour
  • 10 Blazing Star Liatris spicata Kobold Purple 6/8
  • 10 Cluster Lily Brodiaea laxa Queen Fabiola
  • 2 Phlox paniculata Bright Eyes Bare Root

How to take care of Cottage Perennial Garden

Plant according to the instructions printed on each package, tall varieties at the back and small to the front. Bulbs are best planted in groups together. Anemones need soaking prior to planting. Plant in well drained soil, prepare the soil by working in some organic fertiliser pellets around a spade deep.

In cold areas, apply a thick mulch cover in winter to protect from frost. In warm areas mulch will help to keep the soil cool and retain moisture. Water well after planting and keep doing so for the first month.

Soak the soil rather than watering over the plants to prevent fungal diseases. Apply fertiliser during the growth season by means of an general border fertiliser. In autumn store non hardy summer bulbs in a cool but frost-free place, protect from mice.

Replant in spring. Remove dead flower heads regularly from all plants to encourage new and bushy growth. Divide plants every 3-4 years in early spring to avoid overcrowding.

Buy your Cottage perennial garden direct online from Garden Centre Gardens4You.co.uk

Customer reviews

Melissa S., london

Wonderful service, extremely quick delivery, three plants arrived very well.packaged, healthy plants. I was kept up to date with delivery times, including a one hour delivery slot time. Have used Gardens4you a few times, have never been disappointed with plants or delivery. Excellent

      Excellent
25-09-2018

Carole C., Hexham

Best service ever, replaced a faulty plant, made my day. They were wonderful. I am really happy. I will definitely buy from them again.

     Excellent
03-10-2018

Jackie H., Huddersfield

This is the first time I have used gardens4you but would recommend them to anybody beautiful plants that arrived very quickly I will be shopping with them again very soon.

      Excellent
30-09-2018

You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming.

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