Polyanthus provide a great alternative to pansies for winter colour. They flower in the spring and
also in the autumn if they are grown and planted early enough. They also cope better with a wet winter than pansies.
We start growing our plants early.
That means you get sizeable plants which will flower both in the autumn and they'll be
well established to flower again in the spring.
We also grow later batches to give fresh plants ready for planting in flower in the spring. These are especially good for filling a gap in the border or for making up some spring flowering planters.