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Summer flowering plants

SUMMER FLOWERING PLANTS

This selection from QFB Gardening gives the real summer feeling to your garden. Beautiful exuberant and warm colours give your border the “wow effect” and contribute to a real summer feeling.

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They require relatively little maintenance and little water, as they are used to looking for water. If they look very dry, give them some water. Summer flowering perennials are in many cases easy to cut off and put in the vase, so you can also bring the summer indoors!

How do you plant summer flowering plants?

Summer flowering plants like to be in sunny places. Make sure the soil is nutrient-rich. You do this by mixing a layer of potting soil of approximately 2 inch through the top 7 or 8 inch. This ensures a faster start and lush growth. When the summer flowering plants look dry, you only need to water them a little. These plants are used to working and looking for water. As soon as the plants have finished flowering, we recommend cutting the plant back. This promotes a second growth.

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They require relatively little maintenance and little water, as they are used to looking for water. If they look very dry, give them some water. Summer flowering perennials are in many cases easy to cut off and put in the vase, so you can also bring the summer indoors!

How do you plant summer flowering plants?

Summer flowering plants like to be in sunny places. Make sure the soil is nutrient-rich. You do this by mixing a layer of potting soil of approximately 2 inch through the top 7 or 8 inch. This ensures a faster start and lush growth. When the summer flowering plants look dry, you only need to water them a little. These plants are used to working and looking for water. As soon as the plants have finished flowering, we recommend cutting the plant back. This promotes a second growth.