Pink Polka Dot Plant in Square Basket | By Plant Theory

Code: PL925772
Pink Polka Dot Plant in Square Basket | By Plant Theory
< > < >
Pink Polka Dot Plant in Square Basket | By Plant Theory

A stylish, cube-shaped basket filled with a pink variegated plant

The perfect Mother's Day gift idea, this cube-shaped, brown basket has been filled with a unique Hypoestes plant (commonly known as the pink polka dot plant!). The pink variegated foliage will shimmer gorgeously under the light, so is the perfect means of adding some luminous and eye-catching greenery to a room! This charming little gift is finished off with a Mother's Day pick, which coordinates beautifully with the surrounding leaves. For the happiest plant, keep away from direct sunlight as this can fade the pink colouring.

Product Information

Supplied As A square-shaped brown basket with Mother's Day pick
Season of Interest Spring
Plants Included 1 x Hypoestes plant in pink
Level of Care Easy
Preferred Location Part shade is best
Care Advice Pinch back to keep the foliage looking its best


Fresh from the NurseryOur plants are sent directly from expert growers, based in the heart of England. There is no sitting around in garden centers or fulfillment centres, so you can be assured that your plant will arrive fresh, healthy and in perfect condition.
A Gorgeous Colour Scheme
Beautiful, Pink Variegated Foliage
A Long-Lasting Display
Arrives in a Stylish Basket
A Unique Mother's Day Gift

Planting Tip

Allow the soil to dry out before watering...
Supplied AsTitle Delivered To You Price Link Image
5 Plug Plants

£11.99  £4.99
15 Plug Plants
£11.99  £4.99
From Mid March £11.99  £4.99

This Product

Click Here

Delivered From Mid March
5 X 7cm Plants
From Mid April £9.99 Click Here

Delivered From Mid April
Optional Extras Selected items will be included with your purchase

Whatever effect you aim to achieve with your planting scheme, the colour wheel should always be your first port of call.

By planting complementary colours and avoiding clashing colours, you can create stunning baskets, borders and containers, whether you want excitement or relaxation.

  • Monochromatic: Monochromatic planting uses shades of a single colour to maximise visual impact. Working with colours of the same hue you can integrate subtle changes of tone or texture to create a fascinating collage of plants. Used widely in cottage garden planting schemes and stand alone displays.
  • Adjacent colours create a harmonious effect: Colours close together in the colour wheel are used to create harmony. Pair yellow with red or orange and blue with purple or greens to create a natural, relaxing display.
  • Opposites colour complement each other: Colours opposite in the colour wheel produce a striking effect. Pink and yellow, blue and orange and red and green are famous contrasting combinations and can be used to create an energetic, eye catching display. Perfect for a contemporary design or creating a tropical feel.
  • Triadic colours: triadic planting selects three colours spaced at equal distances around the colour wheel creating a beautifully balanced palette. Be careful to select plants with a similar intensity of colour and you can create a display packed with visual interest, with less contrast than opposite colours, resulting in a more harmonious feel.

Neutral colours can be used as part of any planting scheme and can also be used as a buffer between clashing colours. Neutral colours include white, black, grey, silver, brown and in gardening, green. White is a fantastic addition to any bed as it reflects all wavelengths of light, brightening up your garden.

Monochromatic Using the shades of a single colour is the easiest scheme to put together.

Add more shades of red to create a monochromatic masterpiece!

Adjacents Planting plants close in the colour wheel creates harmony

Plant alongside pink and orange colours to create a harmonious display

Opposites Opposites are complementary colours directly opposite in the colour wheel

Contrast with blue flowers to create an eye catching planting scheme

Triadic Triadic planting uses three colours spaced equal distances around the colour wheel

Mix with yellow and pink for a balanced, stylish arrangement

Your Flowering Basket

Your plant has been lovingly grown and attentively cared for at our specialist nursery, based in the heart of England. Our basket includes a stunning Hypoestes plant (also known as the Pink Polka Dot Plant), which is perfect for embracing a touch of pink!

How Your Basket Will Arrive

Your plant will arrive in their secure but stylish basket, which will be enclosed in sturdy cardboard packaging. As such, your basket will be safe in transit, and will neither cause harm to the environment.

All of our young plug plants will need to be protected from any danger of frost. Keep them in a sheltered environment whilst you pot them on ready to go outside, usually around May time. A greenhouse is perfect but a windowsill or conservatory will do fine as long as they are kept warm (16-18°C is optimal) with plenty of sunlight.

Use a good quality balanced potting compost when planting. Slow release fertiliser is advised for best results.

Our young plants will need to be grown on before they are ready to plant out in the garden. Your plants will take several weeks to establish and put on the growth required to be garden ready. By the time they are ready, the danger of frost should of passed and they will be ready to burst into life in your garden. Follow the simple steps below to ensure best results.

Seedlings, 60 Cell plug packs & 4 cell Veg Plugs are best planted into bedding tray inserts or 7-9cm pots.

Starter & Premium Plants are best planted into 9-13 cm pots or can be planted directly into baskets and containers as long as they can be protected from frost.

  1. Fill the cell trays or pots with compost and lightly firm.
  2. Use a dibber to make a hole similar to the size of the plug in the compost and place the plant into this hole the gently firm the plant into the compost. Note: the top of the compost plug should be level with the compost in the tray or pot.
  3. Water the young plants gently using a watering can fitted with a fine rose.
  4. Place the plants in a warm, light position but out of direct sun. They must be protected from frost. A temperature of 16 -20°C will encourage active growth but good light is also essential. Grow on until all danger of frost has passed and then plant out.

For a more detailed guide with extra tips please read our blog below.

Click Here To Read More


Other people looked at

1 to 6 (of 6 products)    View all    1