Mr Fothergills Cactus Flowers Of The Desert Seeds

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Mr Fothergills Cactus Flowers Of The Desert Seeds
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Mr Fothergills flower and vegetable seeds are perfect for adding a splash of colour and natural beauty to your garden or outside space. Whether youre looking for an addition to your window box, some vegetation for your flower bed or a bit of colour for your windowsill, Mr Fothergills range of seed will have something for you. This pack contains various species of cacti for continual charm and interest providing different shapes and sizes. Perfect for a mixed display or beginning a collection. Fascinating and easy to grow from seed, cactus growing is ideal for any level of plant expertise. Flowering in March to October, this plant will add a touch of colour to your garden from spring through to the end of summer. Specifications Seed Type Flower seeds Sowing Dates All year round Flower Colour Various Flowering Dates March to October Height and Spread (Grown) Up to 30cm (height) and 5-10cm (spread) Annual/Perennial Indoor perennial Preferred soil type Well drained compost Caution Plant will produce spines Sun/Shade preference Prefers full sun Seed fill Enough for 30 plants Care instruction: Do not allow their temperature to fall below 10C in winter. Feed regularly during summer months, when mature plants may flower. When mature, allow plants to dry out before watering.

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