A compact, free flowering Diascia that adds colour to garden beds or pots.
POSITION & USES
Looks great massed at the front of a bed or a garden edge. It also makes a fine pot specimen either by itself or with other perennials and small grasses.
Easy in well prepared soil with some organic matter. Trim the plant after spring flowering and again at the end of autumn.
Regular applications of Seasol and Power Feed during spring and summer will keep it growing well and looking its best.
|SPECIAL QUALITIES||A compact, free flowering Diascia that adds colour to garden beds or pots.|
|FLOWERS||The prolific, deep red flowers appear in mid spring and again in autumn. In mild climates, winter flowering is normal.|
|PLANTS NEEDED PER SQUARE METRE||10|
|HABIT||A low growing compact perennial plant densely covered with small leaves.|