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I have little pink impatience in tubs but they are scruffy, will they flower next spring

A beautiful show for months long, a shame to pull them out if I can keep them and will they flower again next spring. They are away from the frost but its very cold here, they are under the verandah

Submitted: 12:45PM, 22 May 2016
Answer: Hello Caroline,

Thank you for contacting Yates with your enquiry. As these are annuals they will be highly unlikely to survive through the cooler months, particularly in your local climate. Best to plant new seeds or seedlings in Spring.
Use Dynamic Lifter Organic Plant Food to prepare the soil before planting out, and feed during growth and flowering with Yates Thrive Roses & Flowers Liquid Plant Food. It’s a complete liquid plant food that provides your flowering plants with the balanced nutrients they require for healthy growth and flower production. Always use a premium potting mix when planting in containers or pots.

Kind regards,

Yates Consumer Advice Horticulturalist

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