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Windowsill Violas Windowsill Viola in a selection of colours Trug of violas Viola flower
Windowsill Violas

Windowsil Violas

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£25.00
5 Stars
10 reviews
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These pretty violas will do well indoors in a cool room or outdoors on a patio or balcony. Violas are always popular because they are so easy going and long lasting, flowering for weeks and even months on end.
Current Description
Our Sussex grown violas are freshly planted in this attractive woven trug using a pretty selection of colours. As pictured, they make a lovely gift to brighten someone's day.
30cm high in a 25cm basket
5 Stars 4.8/ 5 10 reviews
Trevor, Sep 23
5 stars

Lots of healthy plants, in colour, well presented in nice container.

May Kirk, Feb 02
5 stars

Very pleased with quality

Mrs Croxford, Dec 15
5 stars

Looks good and flowers are lovely my 90 yr old relative very pleased.

Diana Rickman, Apr 08
5 stars

Thank you lovely flowers as always

AD, Mar 28
5 stars

Lovely gift, arrived as promised.

M Barber, Mar 26
5 stars

Excellent, colourful and arrived in good condition

Duck, Jan 10
5 stars

Present was much appreciated and delivered promptly

Sally, Mar 17
5 stars

Bought for my mum who was delighted. Commented on how well they had been packaged and the lovely gift card

Border1, Mar 15
5 stars

Ordered this for an elderly relative. Arrived on day as requested and she was really pleased with them. Have used company before and will again....always good service and product.

Ms T Hammond, Dec 28
3 stars

The plants were no longer planted on receipt as the box had obviously been upsidedown/ on its side during transport.

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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Your planted basket is made up of hardy plants that will do best either outdoors, in a cool room or porch. They don't mind a bit of frost but try to protect them from very heavy frost or snow.

Outdoors you probably can allow the rain to do your watering, but try to make sure your planter does not sit in a puddle. If you are keeping your planter indoors, aim to keep the compost damp not dry or soggy.

It is a good idea to keep pinching out the flowers as they fade to encourage the young buds and to avoid mildew. Once all the flowering plants are over you can still enjoy the foliage, and you can even replace the flowering plants with summer bedding plants in the spring.