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How to Grow Busy Lizzies

Busy Lizzies provide a mass of vibrant colour, with many varieties available such as ‘Campos Rose Splash

When to Sow

Sow Busy Lizzie seeds from February to April in Gro-Sure Seed & Cutting Compost in the greenhouse or on a kitchen windowsill

Harden off throughout May and plant out once all risk of frost has passed

Where to Plant

Busy Lizzies enjoy sun or partial shade and require well drained soil

If planting in borders incorporate organic matter such as Westland Soil Conditioner first. Plants will also thrive in pots or hanging baskets

Protect your plants with a reliable slug killer, such as Eraza Slug and Snail Killer


Feed throughout the season with Gro-Sure All Purpose Plant Food

Dead head regularly to encourage prolonged flowering

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