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Thank you very much for the Orange tree complete with flowers and baby oranges. You truly are a Victorian nursery I used to pack all the trees I sent out by rail using straw bundles similar to yours. Actually we used long straw and no outer polythene.We also used twine macramed on the outside to hold the bundle together. There is nothing wrong with your packing. It remided me of the old days. I am 78. Now I have to find a suitable container whivh no doubt will be expensive. Versailles sell them and a pottery in the south of France makes the other tradional type. I was a bit surprised when I visited Kew Gardens, that they did not have one single orange tree in their orangerie. Lovely web site and lovely young orange tree in perfect order.
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Thank you very much for the Orange tree complete with flowers and baby oranges. You truly are a Victorian nursery I used to pack all the trees I sent out by rail using straw bundles similar to yours. Actually we used long straw and no outer polythene.We also used twine macramed on the outside to hold the bundle together. There is nothing wrong with your packing. It remided me of the old days. I am 78. Now I have to find a suitable container whivh no doubt will be expensive. Versailles sell them and a pottery in the south of France makes the other tradional type. I was a bit surprised when I visited Kew Gardens, that they did not have one single orange tree in their orangerie. Lovely web site and lovely young orange tree in perfect order.
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Confederate Violet 'Sorority Sisters'

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Viola sororia 'Sorority Sisters'

  • A lovely ground hugging perennial.
  • Beautiful flowers in shades of light blue, dark blue, red, white and even speckled appear mid Spring.
  • Rich green, heart-shaped foliage.
  • Happy to grow in shade.

Supplied as compost block grown plants.

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This beautiful plant can trace its origins back to the specie which grows wild in Eastern Canada and the United States - hence its common name 'Confederate Violet'. Bred and hybridised in Germany, these bring a whole new colour spectrum to what originate as a simple blue flowering plant.

Similar to the Sweet Violet, these grow as clumps of rich green, heart shaped foliage that carpet the ground. Come April the delicate flowers appear on short stems in shades of white, light blue, dark blue, red to violet - and even some speckled.

  • Hardy, perennial.
  • Flowers April - May.
  • Grow to approximately 6" (15 cm) high.
  • Thrives in shade but will tolerate a full sun position.
  • Likes a rich soil.
  • Plant 10" (25 cm) apart.
  • Will spread up to 18" (45 cm).
  • Lovely and highly scented cut flower.
  • Culinary Uses
  • Wonderful for crystallising and using for cake decorations.
  • Edible flowers.
  • Medicinal Uses
  • Used by the Cherokee to treat coughs, sore throats and constipation.