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Physalis 5 Bareroot Plants


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Perennial Physalis has vividly coloured orange-red lantern-shaped fruits which cut and dried are widely used for dried bouquets though are also ideal for borders and cottage gardens.
Provided the soil is not waterlogged or frozen you can plant straight into the garden. Bareroot plants should usually be planted about an inch below the surface. Gently water them in and then water as necessary until the next good rain or during dry periods. Removing faded flowers will generally encourage a second flush of colour in many plants. Each autumn cut plants back to ground level after flowering.

Type: Hardy Perennial
Supplied as: Dormant bareroot plants
Planting time: Early Spring
Preferred planting position: Sun or partial shade
Preferred soil type: Well-drained soil
Flowering period: Summer to Autumn
5 bareroot plants

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