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  • Bellis perennis Tasso® Mix

    • Large flowered pomponette type with fully double blooms
    • Very attractive for pot and pack production
    • unique colour
     
    • 20 weeks
    • 5″ / 12 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Pelleted & Raw
  • Bellis perennis Robella

    • Unique salmon pink colour
    • Fully double flower heads adorn this unique pot plant
     
    • 22 weeks
    • 6″ / 15 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Pelleted & Raw
  • Bellis perennis Speedstar® Plus Mix

    • Great for early spring sales
    • Better uniformity
    • More reliable seed pellet
    • Compact plant habit, smaller leaves
     
    • 20 weeks
    • 5″ / 13 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Pelleted & Raw
  • Bellis perennis Roggli Rose

    • Early flowering, with large flower heads
    • Ideal for bedding and pot production
     
    • 22 weeks
    • 5″ / 12 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Pelleted & Raw
  • Bellis perennis Habanera® Mix

    • Fully double flowers with short sturdy stems
    • Habanera® is the largest flowered Bellis available
    • Perfect for spring production with pansies
     
    • 24 weeks
    • 6″ / 15 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Pelleted & Raw
  • Myosotis sylvatica Miro

    • Prostrate uniform habit
    • Mid-blue flower colour that does not fade, earlinest flowering variety
     
    • 22 weeks
    • 6″ / 15 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Raw
  • Myosotis sylvatica Sylva Mix

    • Formula mix of single colours
     
    • 24 weeks
    • 8″ / 20 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Raw
  • Myosotis sylvatica Compindi®

    • Intense, dark blue colour
     
    • 24 weeks
    • 6″ / 15 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Raw
  • Primula elatior Crescendo® Mix

    • Shining Colours
    • Uniform series across the whole colour range
    • Extremely winter hardy, Crescendo®s can be used much like a pansy in Northern climates
    • Sow in July for late January flowering
    • Crescendo®s can be grown under cooler temperatures, cutting production costs for the grower
     
    • 7-9 months
    • 7″ / 18 cm
    • Partial shade - Shade
    • Raw

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