Flower tower


There's lots to be done this month. So

the milder weather forecast for the weekend and next week is arriving right on
time. You can get stuck in to those essential April jobs (and maybe some
March ones bad weather stopped you doing)

Time to plant your flower towers

Time to fill flower towers with colourful bedding, sowing veg in the
greenhouse, ready to plant in flower towers in May Bedding plants are
generally short lived or annual plants that last for a few seasons only.
There are lots of different flower tower ready varieties such as pansies,
primrose, petunias, geraniums, begonia (Begonia semperflorens) and Busy
Lizzie (Impatiens) perfect for injecting colour to your patio or balcony.

Bedding plants are big and established enough to be planted out when you
get them. Because they’re inexpensive, they can be removed and replaced as
they die down. They’re available all year round, so they’re great for
adding an instant zing of colour to flower towers, baskets and
pots whenever you need it.

Bedding plants are sometimes referred to as ‘thrillers' which might give
you an idea of where they go. This is a great way of thinking about
planting towers to achieve a stunning display.

It also applies to beds and borders.

Why is filling Flower Towers so great?

  • Adds instant life and colour to your garden.
  • Easy, fun and creative.
  • You can afford to experiment with different colour schemes each season.
  • A great way to get the children involved.
  • Has a very long flowering season.

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