Your 'Cut your Own' plant(s) can be incorporated into any part of your garden. They can be enjoyed in the garden and in the house.
If you do not want to ruin the display in your garden, be selective when cutting your flowers and only cut a few at a time from each plant. This way they can be enjoyed inside and out. Make sure you deadhead the plants, if you are not cutting all the flowers, to ensure the flowering period continues.
When planting water well, remove the pot and plant in a hole 5cm (2in) larger all round, Back fill with soil mixed with multi-purpose compost and gently firm. Water again, repeating regularly during the plants first year until established.
Ensure plants are watered well and be aware of dry periods during the summer, as this will affect the quality of flowers produced.
All varieties in this range are 'cut and come again' - simply meaning once the flowers have been cut, the plant wil produce more flowers. You will have a continual supply of flowers, if you cut them regularly for your home. If you are not cutting regularly, ensure you deadhead them.
Check our individual aftercare for each variety for advice on staking your plants and when to cut them back. As a general rule, all the plants in this range require minimum care and maintenance.