FESTUCA cinerea Festina Perennial Plant

Perennials
£44.99
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Delivery Time: Delivered within 2-4 working days. 6.99 for Unlimited Plants

Bringing a touch of colour to any space, the Festuca is specifically well suited to a rock garden or as a ground cover. These shrubby perennial forms compact mounds of needle-like foliage that brings a modern look into the garden. This ornamental grass has blue-green foliage that turns icy blue in the sun and green in the winter, adding year-round interest to the garden.

How to grow Festuca
Festuca is an easy-to-grow plant that will thrive in most soils, but a full-sun location is a must. This drought-tolerant variety will always benefit from underwatering, so water lightly once the soil becomes completely dry.

Should I prune Festuca?
Dead leaves will fall out naturally; however, they will likely get caught up in the rest of the plant. It is best to comb out dead leaves regularly. You can also trim the plant regularly to keep it neat and reduce pruning work. Remove dead foliage in the winter.

Should I fertilize my Festuca?
Because it thrives in less fertile soil, you should avoid fertilizing your plant as you risk damaging the roots.
This FESTUCA cinerea Festina comes in a 9cm Pot

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Our eco friendly packaging is perfect for transporting your new plants straight from our Yorkshire nursery direct to your door. We use a next day DPD service as standard, allowing plants to be delivered as fast as possible.

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  • Our perennial plants are grown in the UK by a family business.

  • Perennials are supplied in eco friendly packaging.

  • Plants are not for consumption unless stated as edible.

  • Depending on the stage of the growing season, plants can range from young growth at the start of the season through to more advanced growth and flowering later into the season. We cannot guarantee flowering plants upon arrival due to this.
Perennial Growth Stage

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