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Phygelius (Cape Fuchsia)

Phygelius, also known as the Cape Fuchsia, is a perennial that will add interest to any mixed border with its clusters of trumpet shaped flowers. Ideal for a partially shady area of the garden.

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Phygelius funFare Cream| Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Phygelius funFare Cream| Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£5.99

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Also known as Cape Fuchsia or Cape Figwort, these plants are ideal to give mid to late summer colour, flowering from June – September. Prefers partial shade with free-draining soil or compost.

Phygelius funFare Orange | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Phygelius funFare Orange | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£5.99

Phygelius, also known as Cape Fuchsia or Cape Figwort,  funfare Orange is a neat upright semi-evergreen perennial with large, elegant & slim tubular subtle, orange hanging trumpet flowers.

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Didn't understand that these would be mini plugs and was hoping to plant them in my hanging baskets but they're far too small, so they're on my window sill. It'll be well after Christmas before I can plant them out. Royal Mail seem to have a problem with handling 'live plants'. Perhaps they need some basic advice on how to handle them.


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Hope to see some flowers in the spring
Monday, 16 November 2020  |  Evelyn

Didn't understand that these would be mini plugs and was hoping to plant them in my hanging baskets but they're far too small, so they're on my window sill. It'll be well after Christmas before I can plant them out. Royal Mail seem to have a problem with handling 'live plants'. Perhaps they need some basic advice on how to handle them.

 
 
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