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Brighten up your garden from autumn to early spring with these delightful and unusual ornamental brassicas in shades of red and white. Their cabbage-like foliage forms dense rosettes of frilly leaves, dramatically changing in colour from the centre towards the outer leaves.
This colourful selection comprises 2 x 'red' (mid- to dark green-grey with deep mauvy pink centres) and 1 x 'white' (light to mid-green with creamy white centres). Plant them in groups in the fronts of beds and borders for a bold splash of colour when other plants are dormant through the winter.
Their chunky, architectural form and vibrant hues also make them a great ingredient for winter pots, hanging baskets, and containers, where they will add interesting contrasts of colour, height and shape. Mix with ivies, cyclamen, pansies, or primulas for interesting combinations.
Their bright, jewel-like colours will intensify the colder the weather gets, although they will appreciate protection from extreme cold. Resembling their edible cousins, they look delicious, but remember: these exquisite annuals are purely ornamental and are not for eating.
Supplied as 3 x established plants in 10.5cm diameter pots. Each plant will grow to approx. 15cm height x 20cm diameter.
- Ornamental Cabbage Set of 3 x 10,5cm
- 3 x Plants
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