Bare Root Bedding
Bare root bedding plants such as wallflowers and Sweet Williams (Dianthus barbatus) are traditionally planted in autumn. These hardy Bare root bedding plants will cope with winter weather and they’ll establish quickly and flower earlier in spring than other wallflowers and Sweet Williams.
Wallflowers and Sweet Williams are perfect partners for spring flowering bulbs such as tulips and they can be planted at the same time as the bulbs for a spectacular display.
Buying bare root plants might seem counter intuitive but these bare rooted bedding plants are in their dormant state so they will arrive in good condition, ready to soak for an hour or so before planting into beds, borders and containers.