AGERATUM houst. EVEREST BLUE (PELLETED)

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AGERATUM houst. EVEREST BLUE (PELLETED)

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Outstanding new cut flower Ageratum offers a unique, true blue colour. Low-energy crop is suitable for professional greenhouse and outdoor production; also works as a home garden cut flower. The bright, attractive colour and sturdy stems make it especially suitable for mixed bouquets. In landscapes, Everest Blue delivers strong colour and season-long flowering. Can be pinched to produce uniform, sturdy stems and a wider plant spread.
€0.020 each
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  • Buy 500 pelleted seeds for €0.020 each
  • Buy 1000 pelleted seeds for €0.018 each
  • Buy 5000 pelleted seeds for €0.016 each

AGERATUM houst. EVEREST BLUE (PELLETED) is available for purchase in increments of 500 pelleted seeds.
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Scientific Name:   Ageratum houstonianum
Hardiness Zone:   NA - NA
Hardiness Degree:   40°F (4.4°C)
Blooming Season:   Spring, Summer
Plant Habit:   Upright
Characteristics:   Fragrant Flowers, Shade Tolerant
Water:   Medium
Fertilizer:   Every two weeks
Height:   20 - 26" (51 - 66cm)
Width:   8 - 12" (20 - 30cm)
Exposure:   Sun
General Information:  
Unique, true blue colour. Works as a home garden cut flower; especially suitable for mixed bouquets and works well in landscapes too.
Ideas & Tips:   Grow as cut back yard garden cut flower.
Grower Information:  
Outstanding new cut flower Ageratum offers a unique, true blue colour. Low-energy crop is suitable for professional greenhouse and outdoor production; also works as a home garden cut flower. The bright, attractive colour and sturdy stems make it especially suitable for mixed bouquets. In landscapes, Everest Blue delivers strong colour and season-long flowering. Can be pinched to produce uniform, sturdy stems and a wider plant spread.
 

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Muller will not accept any liability for failure and/or damage as a consequence of incorrect and/or inexpert cultivation by or on behalf of the Buyer.”