Vibrant exquisitely shaped mop head flowers contrast beautifully with rich green foliage. Reminiscent of Victorian gardens and themes with colors ranging from pure white to deep sea blue. Consult your local nursery on how to plant and maintain the deep or soft rich color within your USDA zone. 

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Grower's Notes:

USDA Zone: 6 to 9.

Colors: Pink, blue, purple, white, burgundy, lavender and variegated.

Genus: Macrophylla.

Sizes: 4 in, 6 in. 

Availability: Year-round.

How To Care For Your Plant:

Water: Maintain moist soil, don't let soil dry out or stand in water.

Light: Place in bright light. Shaded afternoon sun outdoors.

Temperature: Mild temperatures (65 to 78°F)

Next Step: Disbud spent blossoms. Enjoy while in bloom, in many planting zones they are fantastic garden bloomers.

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