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Last updated 17/10/2011

Focus on Early Sprays for garden decoration
I grow a couple of dozen sprays in pots for garden decoration. I like to keep them very close together to increase the colour impact at flowering time. The plants are grown completely naturally, no breaks or buds are removed. The plants are in flower for about six weeks, from early September to mid October. I grow mostly singles as they seem to attract the most butterflies and other insects. 

They require little effort apart from feeding and tying up, but what a spectacular return in terms of long lasting colour!

Early Flowering Sprays

Honey Enbee Wedding Natalie Sarah
Southway Snowcat Primrose Enbee Wedding

Yellow Enbee Wedding
Arial View
Three butterflies on Yellow Enbee Wedding
Butterfly on White Enbee Wedding

Ruby Enbee Wedding - bringing chrysanthemums to life!
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