A new introduction at the 2014 Chelsea Flower Show and part of Raymond Evison's contemporary gold-medal-winning exhibit.
A plant of very compact habit. As the first flowers of the season open it is already producing new stems and the second crop of flowers.
Ideal for the small garden balcony, deck garden or patio when grown in the garden or in a container. However, it is stunning when used and grown by itself or with other annuals in a hanging basket. As its first flowers are blooming, it is already producing trailing stems that hang down with even more flowers.
Looks outstanding with grey foliaged plants.
Prune all stems down to 6" (15cm) late winter/early Spring. If grown in a hanging basket it can be pruned down to 6" (15cm) in mid summer to rebloom in early autumn.