We sowed seed for violas and wallflowers a little later this year. One of the characteristics of many new tender perennial varieties is that they just keep on flowering, provided they are kept supplied with water and nutrients. Violas and wallflowers get planted a bit later, hence the later sowing. They are all out for sale now and there are a few variety changes from last year.

Pansies, Violas and Wallflowers for Autumn planting 2020

Panola pansies – reliable for their winter hardiness and repeat flowering characteristics

Viola Panola Beaconsfield

 

Beaconsfield
True Blue
Deep Orange
Purple
Sunburst
Scarlet
Yellow
White
Primrose
Pink Shades

 

Viola Sorbet series – Good winter flowerers, the flowers are much smaller and even more profuse than Panolas

Viola Sorbet Orange Jump Up

Sorbet Lemon Jump Up
Sorbet Neptune
Sorbet Yellow Blue Jump Up
Sorbet Orange Jump Up
Sorbet Deep Orange
Mystical Pineapple Crush
Sorbet Orange Rose Beacon
Sorbet Orchid Rose Beacon
Quick Time Mickey
Frizzle Sizzle Mini Tapestry

 

All Pansies and Violas

8cm pots

60p each

1 – 5 trays £6.60 per tray of 12 (55p) for any mix of 8cm pansies or violas

6 trays or more – £6.00 per tray of 12 (50p) for any mix of 8cm pansies or violas

 

Pansy Cool Wave – trailing 10cm pots, £1.27 each

 

Wallflowers

Sugar Rush Wallflowers are a repeat flowering type. They are just beginning to flower and will carry on into the spring.
Sugar Rush Orange
Sugar Rush Purple Bicolour
Sugar Rush Primrose

10cm pots £1.20 each

 

Spring Flowering Wallflowers

As these plants will not flower in the spring, we insert plain colour labels in the pots. The colour in brackets shows the colour label for each variety. It does not necessarily indicate the flower colour!

Cloth Of Gold (yellow)
Fire King (orange)
Vulcan (red)
Primrose Bedder (green)
Ruby Gem (mauve)
Ivory White (white)
Persian Carpet (no label)
Harlequin Mixed (blue)

8cm square pots

53p each

5.75 per tray of 12 for any mix of varieties in 8cm pots