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Freesia x kewensis 'White'

The scent is gorgeous in this white freesia, and it looks stunning growing with, or in a bunch with the other colours.
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25 corms

50 corms

25 corms (261429-25)

50 corms (261429-50)

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Details:

Type
Tender Perennial
Position
Cutting Garden
Soil
Broad Tolerance
Flowers
June - July from early spring plantings, August - September from later plantings (3-4 months from planting to flowering)
Height
45cm (18in)
Group/Species
x kewensis
Moisture
Moist but Well-drained
Aspect
Full Sun
Spread
Plant 5 bulbs in an 11cm (4in) pot, or plant straight in the ground in the garden or greenhouse.
Cultivation
Our prepared freesia corms can be planted in autumn for flowering inside from January to April or from March (in a greenhouse) or April-July (outside). Plant 5cm deep and 5-8 cm apart with the pointed end facing up.

Description

The scent is gorgeous in this white freesia, and it looks stunning growing with, or in a bunch with the other colours.

I adore freesias – I love the scent, the arching stems, and that either growing or cut, each stem lasts nearly three weeks, looking and smelling delicious.

I've tried growing them several times and found that inside – in the greenhouse – they flowered best. However, with these new varieties, which have been bred especially and cold and heat treated, they flower brilliantly in the garden.

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Care Tips

Prepared corms usually flower 100-120 days from planting. They can be lifted and kept dry and frost free over winter for reusing in spring but flowering may not be as reliable.