Haemanthus pauciflorus' 125mm Pot - Rare
This rare bulb from South Africa requires a very well drained position, Blooms are a creamy white with bright yellow pollen carried on top. Ever green foliage, this cultivar prefers dappled light rather than full sun. These bulbs are flowering size and approximately 5yrs old.
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE AS A POTTED Bulb.
Plants are in a 125mm pot, with substantial growth.
Pots will be wrapped in newspaper and boxed to ensure safe delivery.
We recommend express postage for faster delivery times, as Australia Post are currently performing very slowly! (Yep! We didnt think it possible, but apparently it is!)
Stock is limited and available on a first in, first gets basis. We have never had to offer our potted stock in this way before, but with the cancellation of our major shows for this year, we are attempting to recover some of our lost revenue.
Click and collect is an option, at an arranged time. If you wish to click and collect from our 'drive through' option in Silvan, please select as such in the delivery optioins.
Local delivery for potted plants and fresh cut flowers is available for those living in Silvan, Monbulk, Lilydale, Mooroolbark, The Patch, Croydon, Kilsyth, Wandin, Seville. Minimum delivery fee is $10.00. Further physical delivery for larger orders is possible, at an agreed cost. All stock is to be paid for prior to dispatch, to eliminate physical contact in the current climate.
All precautions will be taken when selecting stock, and our staff are following the national guidelines when handling your purchases.
For best performance when planting your Dahlia select a position that is free draining, in either the full sun or part shade. Using a fork, prepare the ground to a depth of 25cm, ensuring the soil is light and friable. The tuber should be planted no deeper than 5cm below the soil surface, top dressing with a couple of handfuls of cow or sheep manure and a bed of mulch.
Dahlias flower from November right through until the first frosts for your area send them into their dormancy, often blooming for a good 6mths of the year. They are exceptional cut flowers, and make a brilliant addition to any picking garden.
Dahlias can be harvested and divided over the winter months when they are in their dormancy. It is important to wait for the plant to fully die down prior to harvesting. You can then share with friends or spread to new positions around the garden.