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Heat Lover

Plants that thrive in sun and heat

Do you want to enjoy summer with flowers in full sun? Heat Lover is a selection of varieties flowering all summer long, loving sun and heat and supporting occasional drought. Heat Lover can be planted in borders, but can also brighten your balcony, patio or terrace in containers or pots.

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Plants that thrive in sun and heat

Do you want to enjoy summer with flowers in full sun? Heat Lover is a selection of varieties flowering all summer long, loving sun and heat and supporting occasional drought. Heat Lover can be planted in borders, but can also brighten your balcony, patio or terrace in containers or pots.

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Easy to care for

If you choose a Heat Lover, you will have a plant that is easy to look after. No special cares are needed, which gives more time in the garden to enjoy. From the whole range of our plants, we have chosen those that require less watering and that recover when wilting. But like all living things, they need some water and feeding to improve their performance.

Easy to care for

If you choose a Heat Lover, you will have a plant that is easy to look after. No special cares are needed, which gives more time in the garden to enjoy. From the whole range of our plants, we have chosen those that require less watering and that recover when wilting. But like all living things, they need some water and feeding to improve their performance.

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Planting tips

Tip 1

Choose a good location for your Heat Lover. Preferably in the full sun or half shade.

 

Full sun or partial shade

Tip 1

Choose a good location for your Heat Lover. Preferably in the full sun or half shade.

 

Tip 2

Plant the Heat Lover in a landscape bed, hanging basket, pot or container from the end of the spring to mid-summer. Use light compost.

Planting tip

Tip 2

Plant the Heat Lover in a landscape bed, hanging basket, pot or container from the end of the spring to mid-summer. Use light compost.

Tip 3

Water thoroughly after planting and keep the soil lightly moist (do not soak) for the first week to help the roots grow.

Heat Lover watering tip

Tip 3

Water thoroughly after planting and keep the soil lightly moist (do not soak) for the first week to help the roots grow.

Tip 4

Add fertiliser to get more, luminous flowers.

 

Tip 4

Add fertiliser to get more, luminous flowers.

 

Care tips

Tip 1

Water regularly but not excessively when the soil starts to dry out.

 

Heat Lover watering tip

Tip 1

Water regularly but not excessively when the soil starts to dry out.

 

Tip 2

Going on holidays for a few days? Water when you come back for a quick recovery.

 

Heat Lover tip

Tip 2

Going on holidays for a few days? Water when you come back for a quick recovery.

 

Spread the word

We have a toolkit available for growers and retail partners to support you in sharing the Heat Lover story.

Spread the word

We have a toolkit available for growers and retail partners to support you in sharing the Heat Lover story.