Calceolaria fothergillii

Calceolaria fothergillii

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Description

The most sought after Calceolaria.

Compact short variety with unusual bearded flowers. Tufts up to form a neat plant hat is idealised by most keen alpine gardeners. Best grown in a moist free draining position in dapple shade or morning/late afternoon sun. For the alpine rock garden and containers.

Flowering: Spring

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 5cm

Spread: 20cm

Additional information

Weight 250 g
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Description

The most sought after Calceolaria.

Compact short variety with unusual bearded flowers. Tufts up to form a neat plant hat is idealised by most keen alpine gardeners. Best grown in a moist free draining position in dapple shade or morning/late afternoon sun. For the alpine rock garden and containers.

Flowering: Spring

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 5cm

Spread: 20cm

Additional information

Weight 250 g
Climate

Flowering season

Height

Planting area

,

Position

,

Flower Colour

, ,

14 reviews for Calceolaria fothergillii

  1. CLARE (verified owner)

    Looks healthy and safely delivered

  2. Ann (verified owner)

    Excellent condition as always, many thanks

  3. Frederick Heywood (verified owner)

  4. Andrew G. (verified owner)

    Excellent healthy plant

  5. Gill Coombes (verified owner)

  6. Christine M. (verified owner)

    Excellent plants

  7. Joy (verified owner)

  8. Gillian G. (verified owner)

  9. Anonymous (verified owner)

  10. lady Bowes (verified owner)

    all three were dead on arrival

  11. Sara Maltby (verified owner)

  12. Ann Hood (verified owner)

    Lovely plant .In bloom when arrived.

  13. Vivien Hicks (verified owner)

    So pleased to find this rare plant. Arrived in excellent condition, and when I wanted extra info about it that was given very quickly. Will definitely use this company again.

  14. Beverley Hewitt (verified owner)

    Very pretty unusual little plant, such sweet flowers, I had one many years ago called Walter Shrimpton and have never been able to find it again.

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