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September Bush ( Polygala myrtifolia) is one of our most permanent flowering plants in our assortment: its flowers resemble a rowing boat and with interesting brushes of white stamen it decorates the branches’ tips in large clusters. In a winter garden, the shrub with its bluish green leaves blossoms almost throughout the year! In extreme heat during summer, the leaves of this South American small shrub might change colour to red. In winter, light deficiency might cause an a pause in bloom. These interruptions, however, never last long. The evergreen shrubs stay small and compact even without pruning and can be trimmed to half-standards by regular pruning the branches’ tips. The September Bush likes permanently moist soil. Even after short periods of drought it will soon recover. Waterlogging, however, will cause the roots to rot. It has no special requirements regarding soil or fertilizer.
Quality: permanent blossom; flowers in the shape of a rowing boat; bluish-green leaves; small and compact growing; evergreen
Use:starting from April to October outside on balcony & terrace and in the garden - during winter indoors, all-year in a heated greenhouse; all-year in a very bright room or office room
|Height||1 - 1,5 m|
|Flowering period||constantly blooming|
|Color of flowers||violett|
|winter temperature||10 (+/- 5) °C|
|Minimum temperature||0 °C|
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