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Winter Basket Winter Basket in purple trug
Winter Basket

Winter Basket

In stock

£34.00
These rustic flowering troughs are a long lasting flowering planter that will brighten a doorstep or porch. Planted with seasonal and Sussex grown bedding plants, these planters will flower for several weeks after arrival.
Current Description
This week's indoor baskets are looking as fresh and lovely as always. The cheerful purple baskets have been newly planted up with a selection of seasonal flowering plants, and although the exact selection does vary a little from week to week they'll always include a nice mixture of 5 or 6 pretty plants (depending on size) in bud and bloom. This week we are selecting from: polka dot plant, cyclamen, viola, a hyacinth bulb, ivy, heather, muscari, heuchera, tête-à-tête and polyanthus Please do make a note below if you have any particular colour preferences and we will do our best to follow this.
30cm tall in a 25cm diameter basket
6 x Hardy garden plants   + £0.00
1 x Lilac woven bamboo basket   + £0.00
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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Looking after your Winter basket

Your Summer basket is made up of mixture of colourful plants that all like a cool spot outdoors. Choose a porch, doorstep or sheltered patio and your planter will bring colour to the darkest days.

Try to avoid strong direct sunlight which may scorch the young leaves and choose a spot that is shaded for part of the day. A north, west or east facing spot is ideal.

The amount you need to water, will depend upon where you keep it. During warm dry spells you will need to water several times a week, but during normal British weather conditions, you should be able to rely on rainfall. Try to keep the compost damp – not dry and not soggy. (Please be careful when watering your planter as the baskets are not completely water tight.)

It is a good idea to keep pinching out the spent flowers as they fade to encourage the young buds. Once all the flowering plants are over, the foliage plants will still continue to put on new growth and should grow to fill the basket over the summer months before the flowering plants make a return next spring.

Problem solving:
If the leaves or flowers start to droop, water thoroughly immediately and they should soon recover.