Dark Rich Arctotis Collection

These dark arctotis make a wonderful display for pots on the patio. These plants will look good from July to November. More
15 young plants 190125-15 £32.50 Delivery mid April
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These dark, rich arctotis are an excellent colour contrast which works brilliantly together in a large pot, or plant all five separately and line them up down a path or up some steps.

They look good from July until November with minimal TLC. Wonderful looking, easy and low maintenance.

This collection includes 5 young plants each of:

Genus Arctotis
Type Tender Perennial
Common Name African Daisy
Border Position Middle
Soil Type Fertile, Neutral
Site Full Sun
Moisture Moist but Well-drained, Well-drained
Height 40cm (16in)
Spacing 30cm (12in)
Care Tips Deadhead regularly to encourage a long flowering period, by removing each flowered stem at the base.
Flowering July - November
Vase Life Makes a great cut flower, and perfect for drying.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
Advice
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Delivery

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Dark Rich Arctotis Collection reviews

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Reviewed 3rd October 2018 by Elaine

They’ve been in flower from late May and if anything they’re even better now despite three frosts.

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Ildiko

I received 15 healthy young plants in the spring. It was too early to plant them outside so they were potted up individually, left in the greenhouse for the first few weeks and they grew away very vigorously. They were planted in a couple of large pots, fed weekly with a rotation of seaweed and comfrey and deadheaded regularly. They were covered in daisies all summer, looking beautiful and so cheerful.They are looking a bit tired now, the flowers are thinning out (mid September). A word of warning, though, the daisies close up if they are not in direct sun and they only open when the sun hits them again, so you really want to put them somewhere where they get the maximum amount of sunshine to get the best out of them.