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Ageratum Seeds

Ageratum seeds produce half hardy annual and sometimes perennial flowers which make delightful edging plants for small or large beds. These flowers have "fluffy" flowers in various shades of blues, pinks and purples. Sow under glass at 18°C in March, and the seedlings should be ready to prick out in about 4 weeks. Plant out from mid May when the danger of frost has past. Flowers July to September.
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