Fragrant Freesia – Freesia Double Flowering Mix – 15 Pack

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Indulge your senses with the delightful fragrance and charming beauty of the Fragrant Freesia – Freesia Double Flowering Mix – 15 Pack. These arching stems boast double, sweetly scented flowers, complemented by elegant sword-like foliage, creating a sensory experience like no other in your garden.

Key Features:
– Arching stems adorned with double, sweetly scented flowers create a captivating visual and olfactory display.
– Thrives in well-drained sandy soil and enjoys sunny locations, providing versatility in planting options.
– Easy to grow, making it an ideal choice for both novice and experienced gardeners alike.
– Perfect for containers, allowing for easy transportation and protection in colder climates.

Additional Information:
Plant Height: Reaches a height of 12-16 inches, creating a stunning display of fragrant blooms in your garden.
Bloom Time: Enjoy the bountiful blooms in late spring, adding a burst of color and fragrance to your outdoor space.
Hardiness Zone: Suitable for hardiness zones 9-10, ensuring reliable performance and enduring beauty in mild climates.

Elevate your garden with the enchanting beauty and captivating fragrance of the Fragrant Freesia – Freesia Double Flowering Mix – 15 Pack. Whether planted in garden beds or containers, these delightful flowers will bring joy and sensory delight to your outdoor oasis.

Planting and Maintenance Tips:

Light Requirements: Flourishes in both full sun and partial shade, offering flexibility in placement within your garden.
Planting Depth: Plant bulbs at a depth of 3 inches to promote healthy root development and stability.
Bulbs per Square Foot: Plant approximately 12 bulbs per square foot for a lush and bountiful display.
– Ensure well-drained soil conditions, especially if planting in containers, to prevent waterlogging and root rot.
– Consider lifting containers in northern climates during winter months to protect bulbs from harsh weather conditions.