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Babies Breath Garden

Babies Breath Garden

Babies breath garden is a lovely low maintenance garden of hardy ornamental plants. ... read more

Babies breath garden is a lovely low maintenance garden of hardy ornamental plants.

Due to the dense growth, weeds won't get much chance to develop and it provides shelter for birds such as young blackbirds.

The purple colours of the flowers and sweet scent of the Phlox attract many nectar-loving insects into the garden.

Cutflowers Fragrant Very easy to grow


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Babies Breath Garden

Babies Breath Garden B04308 - Babies Breath Garden

    <ul class='productinfolist'><li>Available from 02/15 - 05/31</li></ul> 19 pcs.in stock

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    Babies Breath Garden

    Babies breath garden is a lovely low maintenance garden of hardy ornamental plants.

    Due to the dense growth, weeds won't get much chance to develop and it provides shelter for birds such as young blackbirds.

    The purple colours of the flowers and sweet scent of the Phlox attract many nectar-loving insects into the garden.

    Details Babies Breath Garden

    • Cutflowers
    • Fragrant
    • Very easy to grow
    • Blooms: March - October
    • Flower colour: mix
    • Full grown height: 20 - 30''
    • Plant location: sunny location
    • Hardiness: 5 Fahrenheit
    • Grows in any soil

    Offer Comprises:


    • 3 Gypsophila paniculata White
    • 3 Phlox paniculata Pink Bare Root

    How to take care of Babies Breath 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. 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.

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