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Blueberry Ice Tender Nemesia Plants

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Nemesia Sundae Collection

  • Purple, white & yellow flowers with a good scent
  • Long flowering period, May/early June to September
  • Deciduous perennial 
  • Frost tender
  • Pot grown delivery: Year round
  • Compact, upright habit
  • To 35 x 35 cm
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Description

Nemesia 'Sundae Blueberry Ice'. 2 Litre Potted Plants

A compact, upright, plump little deciduous perennial with well-scented, multicoloured flowers: blueberry purple on top, white with purple stripes on the bottom, with a cheery little yellow centre.

Browse our other nemesias, all of our annual bedding plants, or our perennials.

Features:

  • Purple, white & yellow flowers with a good scent
  • Long flowering period, May/early June to September
  • Deciduous perennial
  • Frost tender
  • Pot-grown delivery: Year round
  • Compact, upright habit
  • To 35 x 35 cm
  • Wildlife friendly

Growing 'Sundae Blueberry Ice' Nemesias

Nemesias need full sun and well-drained soil. The Sundae series is half-hardy, which means they should be fine outside in warm, frost-free locations, especially in the microclimate next to a house or sunny wall. In colder areas, they should be brought into shelter overwinter.

Drought-tolerant when well established, they will nonetheless flower for longer if watered regularly in dry weather; don't overdo it though, as they are prone to root rot.

When your plants get growing, pinch off the growing tip of the new shoots to make them bush out nicely, and deadhead regularly to encourage more flowers, which should see you through the summer. If you need to tidy them in future years, trim them lightly in March or April.

In Your Garden Design

Resembling a tiny pansy, there is enough colour in the multitude of flowers for this lovely little plant to hold its own in a pot by itself. But why not plant with geraniums, verbena, dahlias or soft, tufty Stipa tenuissima to really create a lovely display.

Did You Know?

The Sundae collection was bred to create multi-colour flowers in a range of soft shades, with a stronger scent. Tasty.