Viola Bel Viso F1 Pineapple Crush (Autumn and Winter Flowering) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants
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Viola Bel Viso F1 Pineapple Crush (Autumn and Winter Flowering) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Viola Bel Viso pineapple crush becomes smothered in 1 and 1/2  inch blooms on compact plants with a tidy branching habit.

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Our Bel Viso range of Autumn and Winter flowering violas are a wonderful addition to any borders or  tubs and hanging baskets. If bought early enough in the season you will have wonderful autumn flowering which will come back again early in the spring!  Viola Bel Viso pineapple crush becomes smothered in 1 and 1/2  inch blooms on compact plants with a tidy branching habit. You will receive a tray of 40  Premium Quality Professionally Produced Young Plug Plants. All orders are carefully packed and shipped in our specially designed packaging. 

PLEASE NOTE - flowering times will vary depending on the time they are planted. For autumn flowering you will need to plant these in either grower cell trays or small grower pots for around 4 weeks to allow for root establishment and then they will be ready for you to put in their final place. If you buy these from October onwards ready for spring flowering these need to be grown on in grower cell trays or pots throughout the winter before planting in their final place early spring, they should be left outside to harden them off throughout the winter months.  Here is an idea of when they will then begin to flower for you -

If planting early August flowering time will be early September

If planting Mid August flowering time will be late September

If planting late August flowering time will be early October

If planting early September flowering time will be late October

If planting early October flowering time will be early Spring

If planting late October onwards flowering time will be late Spring.

Due to their hardy nature these will flower again in the following autumn as long as they are looked after during the months they are not flowering

Brand:  Brookside Nursery
Supplied as:  40 Small Plug Plants
Habit:  Upright
Flower Colour:  Shades of yellows and reds
Suitable for Hanging Baskets?  Yes
Sutable for Patio Containers?  Yes
Plant Type:  Hardy Annual

Free UK delivery on all orders over £40!

For all orders under £40 in value we make a one off P&P charge of £3.95 per order.

Smaller orders are dispatched via Royal Mail 24, larger orders via Parcelforce.

We are the only online plug plants supplier to offer a choice of a specific dispatch week for your order. When placing your order, use the drop down box above to select your required dispatch week. You can also alter dispatch weeks in the shopping basket.

All our plug plants are shipped in specially designed packaging to keep the root system in place and the foliage protected in transit.

For more information about plant deliveries, please click here.

We can also deliver plants to most EU countries. Delivery charges are dependant on the delivery country and start from £17.99 per order.  For more information about international deliveries, please click here.

Viola Advice

Violas are great for you autumn and winter flower beds and containers due to their fantastic nature to flower even in the colder months. Here are a few tips in helping them to flower for longer and produce great healthy flowers –
• When you receive your Violas make sure you’ve grown them on in suitable pots or cell trays with good quality compost to help the roots mature before planting them in their final growing position. We use 10cm grower pots or 6 cell grower trays here in our nursery to grow these on. The best way to know these are ready is when the roots are touching the sides of the cells or pot.
• When planting make sure they have an area that has plenty of sunlight or at the most only partly shaded as the flowers will grow towards the sunlight.
• Try and plant your Violas around 15cms apart keeping the base of the stem at soil level. Once planted make sure you use a good feed to encourage the best growth and flowering. We recommend Neudorff Organic Multi Purpose Plant Feed, great for encouraging bigger blooms and longer lasting flowers and also pet and child safe.
• Careful attention to the pruning of Violas will help them grow for longer, when the flower starts to fade then take the head off to encourage more flowering.

 

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