Set your garden alight with colour this summer with this all-in-one collection of our favourite ‘Bold & Bright’ summer bedding plants. Including 40 plugs each of Zinnia, Marigolds and Gazania, you have all you need in this collection to bring your garden to life this summer! Blooming in a wide range of fiery red and orange shades you'll have a profusion of colourful classic bedding flowers from May and all summer-long.
Included in this collection;
Zinnia ‘Zaharah’ Mix
Voted the best dwarf bedding zinnia available by professional growers, these compact and bushy plants have 20% bigger blooms than other Zinnias. Plants become covered with long-lasting vibrantly coloured flowers from late June until late September. As the name suggests, ‘Zahara’ just loves the summer sun and performs well even in prolonged dry spells. They're incredibly easy to grow and will delight in a sunny border, making great cut flowers too.
French Marigold ‘Durango’ Mix
‘Durango’ is a series of large anemone-flowered Marigolds, each flower to 5cm across, and is renowned for its easy natural branching habit, filling up space well. We recommend you plant about 20cm apart for a carpet of colour!
The sheer brightness of colours in this French Marigold series opens up a whole range of colour theming opportunities in pots and borders. Hot oranges, reds, and deep golden yellows and many with a mix of several shades in between - you can get hot, hot, hot with your plantings this year! They thrive in full, hot sun, but tolerate our rainy periods too…
Gazania ‘Kiss’ Mix
Perfect in pots on your patio these Gazania will instantly wow but they’re also fantastic for lining beds and borders with vivid colour. Their large daisy-like flower heads look almost perfectly symmetrical and the silver/green foliage creates the perfect backdrop.
Supplied in a mix of bright, rainbow colours, these fabulous summery flowers will begin to bloom in early summer then continue to flower until the autumn.
Ideal for creating the most striking displays in beds and borders, you can plant by variety for a more formal look, or mix up together for a completely unique display of these cottage garden favourites. Plant at the front of borders for best results!
Also ideal for planting in patio pots and containers if you don’t have a lot of space elsewhere, they can even be planted up in planters and placed on balconies and terraces, filling even the smallest of spaces with flower power.