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€3.95
Ixia hybrid mix Twinkle Toes
€3.95
Ixia hybrid mix Twinkle Toes

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Ixia hybrid mix Twinkle Toes

Ixia blooms with a multitude of long lasting flowers in various soft colours with bright blotches in the cente... read more

Native to southern Africa Ixia blooms with a multitude of long lasting flowers in various soft colours with bright blotches in the center of each bloom. They are half-hardy and will re-appear in mild areas given a light mulch during winter, in cold areas dig them up and store over winter.

20 Flower bulbs Cutflowers Suitable for small children


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Ixia hybrid mix Twinkle Toes - 20 flower bulbs

Ixia hybrid mix Twinkle Toes - 20 flower bulbs A05823 - 100+ pcs.In stock

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Ixia hybrid mix Twinkle Toes

Native to southern Africa Ixia blooms with a multitude of long lasting flowers in various soft colours with bright blotches in the center of each bloom. They are half-hardy and will re-appear in mild areas given a light mulch during winter, in cold areas dig them up and store over winter.

Details Ixia hybrid mix Twinkle Toes

  • Cutflowers
  • Suitable for Small Children
  • Blooms: July - September
  • Flower colour: mix
  • Full grown height: 25 - 50 cm
  • Full grown width: 1 - 10 cm
  • Plant location: sunny
  • Plant depth: 4 cm
  • Plant spacing: 5 cm
  • Hardiness: -5 Celsius
  • Preferred soil: Grows in any soil

How to take care of Hybrid Mix Twinkle Toes

Hybrid Mix Twinkle Toes are not very hardy so make sure they are planted in the warmest part of the garden. Plant Hybrid Mix Twinkle Toes in well-drained prepared soil in a sheltered spot with full sun or if you plant in flower pots, then place Hybrid Mix Twinkle Toes in a sunny location.

If you have heavy soil you can improve it by using mix in some coarse builders sand. Always water well after planting and sparingly until shoots appear, feed monthly from spring with a liquid fertiliser.

Allow the foliage to die down naturally after flowering. To survive harsh winters apply a mulch (straw or newspaper) over them to avoid any frost damage. Remove when all danger of frost has passed.

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