«Lord Beaconsfield» - Organic Viola Seeds
Pansy ‘Lord Beaconsfield’ is a biennial plant that grows around 20 centimetres in height. It features flamboyant large bicolour flowers which are a lovely dark violet on the inside and whitish on the outside.
Organic Viola «Lord Beaconsfield»Pansy ‘Lord Beaconsfield’ is a biennial plant that grows around 20 centimetres in height. It features flamboyant large bicolour flowers which are a lovely dark violet on the inside and whitish on the outside.
Pansy ‘Lord Beaconsfield’ flowers from April to September; it is a highly valued decorative variety which is predominantly cultivated in flower beds, planters or on balconies.
How to GrowViolas are cool weather plants. Although they thrive in the full sun, it’s the light and not the heat that they require. Cooler autumn and spring temperatures are ideal. Higher temperatures can be off-set with mulch and diligent watering. Enrich the soil with leaf mould or well-rotted organic matter such as manure, added to the flower bed in the spring.
For autumn bedding, plant out your plug plants from mid September to early October, depending on the size of the plants acquired. Grow on plants indoors until they reach 8 to 10 cm in height at which point they’re ready to plant out. To plant out in a pot, choose a container which is 30 cm deep. The pots should be positioned in the semi shade.
For upright violas, dig an individual hole for each plant with a trowel, deep enough to comfortably fit the root ball without bending or breaking the roots. Place plant in hole and fill back in keeping the base of the stem at soil level and gently firm down. Water generously and feed regularly. Keep a 10 cm gap between plants.
To plant out a trailing viola, fill the container up to three quarters with multipurpose compost. Carefully remove the plant from its tray or pot and place it in position. Fill the container back in with soil and gently firm down. Water in generously. Always keep container plants well watered and fed.