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Diascia 'Pink' | Bedding | 10.5cm Pot

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Create a carpet of colour!

Popular in patio bedding and hanging basket displays, the diascia profusely blooms during the summer months. In appearance it is hooded with a single long petal which makes it look like it's sticking its tongue out. With two side petals protruding like horns, this is a delightfully cheeky addition to your garden!

Planting Tip

Diascias work well with petunias and verbenas!

  • Fairly hardy
  • Suitable for full sun or part shade
  • Suitable for pots and containers
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Semi-evergreen
  • Supplied As: 10.5cm Pot
  • Flowering Period: Late spring to late autumn
  • Habit: Mounding
  • Preferred Location: Full sun or part shade
About your plant - Lovingly grown by our trusted Nursery in England, each bedding plant will be grown in the most suitable conditions possible to allow them to grow beautifully. Once dispatched, they will be delivered directly to your door. Packaging - Being environmentally friendly is important to us which is why our packaging comes with focus on sustainability. Aside from being recyclable, they will keep your plant secure on their journey to your home.
Once established Diascia needs regular waterings during dry periods and are not heat tolerant. A sheltered spot is ideal. Water them generously and then leave them to dry out before watering again. Don't waterlog the soil as this leads to root rot. This plant enjoys a sunny but cool spot. Trim any old flowers and cut them back by around 4 inches if they stop blooming in summer months. Diascias thrive best in the cooler weather of spring and autumn. Raise the plants to prevent pests such as slugs and snails. They are generally disease free.
More Information
Common Name Twinspur
Is Collection/Mix? No
Needs Ericaceous Compost? No
Latin Name Diascia
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