Choosing the right plant for the right position in your garden is the first step to success. Use the planting guide on the Easy Colour handle to select the best varieties for your setting. All varieties will benefit from a sunny position in the cooler months.
If you are planting into garden beds, cultivate the soil to a depth of 150 mm. Adding some compost may help improve soil structure and help retain water, but don’t apply excessive quantities.
If you are planting into pots, tubs or hanging baskets, choose a premium potting mix. A good quality potting mix contains fertiliser and wetting agents that will support healthy growth for many months.
Carefully remove plants from the Easy Colour pack using the pop-out system. Simply press upwards on the base of each cell to release each plant from the container. This unique system ensures that plants are not damaged or subject to transplant shock. Space apart as recommended in the planting guide, or a little closer in smaller containers or hanging baskets. Plant at the same depth as supplied.
Water in well after planting, even if soil is already damp. Then water as needed, just before plants begin to wilt. A small amount of mulch may be helpful in reducing water requirements, but keep this away from the base of each plant. As Easy Colour plants are advanced, hardy and already flowering they require less water than traditional seedlings
If you are planting into garden beds, cultivate the soil to a depth of 150 mm. Adding some compost may help improve soil structure and retain water, but don’t apply excessive quantities, particularly in winter. Too much compost and fertiliser can result in excessive growth and less flowers.
Flowering annuals should give many months of colour. To promote continuous display, regularly remove spent flowers.
Yes, all plastics used can be recycled. Many garden centres provide bins for this purpose.
Yes, a wide range of vegetables is available. Advanced size and trouble free transplanting all ensure a quick and bountiful yield.
No, our retailer network will provide you with the Easy Colour products you require, as well as great advice on getting the most from Easy Colour.
Yes, all Easy Colour varieties thrive in pots and baskets, bringing life and colour to small outdoor spaces. As well, many of our vegetable varieties are well suited to container growing.
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