Tag Archives: faq

Heuchera ‘Paris’

This question was asked by
Richard L

If I order now when will the plants be shipped to me?

Hi Richard
Plants are being shipped within a week
Kind regards Vicky

Heuchera ‘Paris’ (391)

Vicky and Richard Fox

Heucherella ‘Redstone Falls’ in baskets?

This question was asked by
Jen D

Can Redstone Falls be planted in a hanging basket now (early August)?

Are they available from you immediately?

How many plants should I buy for a 27cm hanging basket?

Hi Jen
Yes we have them ready now and they are selling fast! We won’t have another batch until next year!
Yes you can plant a basket now and to look good and full I recommend 3 in basket that size
Hope that helps
Kind regards Vicky

Heucherella ‘Redstone Falls’ (811)

Heucherella ‘Redstone Falls’ (811)

Vicky and Richard Fox

How big are the plants you send

This question was asked by
Judith W

For any of the heuchera, how big are they when delivered? Thanks.

Hi Judith
They are in 1 litre pots and ready to plant straight into the garden.
All grown cold and not under glass which means they are not shocked when planting outside.
If anything is different we always let you know
Hope this helps
Kind regards
Vicky
Heuchera ‘Orangeberry’ (SKU18386)

Heuchera ‘Orangeberry’ (SKU18386)

Vicky and Richard Fox

Are there any videos to find out more about heuchera heucherella and tiarella

This question was asked by
Lionel A

Are there any videos from yourselves where I can see the difference between Heuchera, Heucherella and Tiarella?
Also do you have a newsletter?
Thank you.

Hi Lionel
If you go to our website you can see videos telling you things you might like to know.

http://www.plantagogo.com/blog/videos/

Also you can join the news letter to find out even more!
On this link

https://www.plantagogo.com/blog/sign-up-for-our-newsletter/

Hope this helps
Kind regards
Vicky

Heucherella ‘Catching Fire’ PBR (SKU18325)

Vicky and Richard Fox

Vine weevil

This question was asked by
Kevin W

Hi there.
I have lots of Heuchera’s in pots and planted in the ground, I’ve lost quite a few over the past year or so to the dreaded Vine weevil and was wondering what you would recommend in combatting this annoying pest. Looking forward to receiving your reply. Thanks in advance.

Hi Kevin
Nematodes are the best
If you join our newsletter link below we will let you know when is the best times to apply so you don’t forget!
Also other little tips that can help you reduce the numbers at the right time .
Click link to find out about the newsletter
If you click ‘past issues’ you can join on there and read past issues too

https://us13.campaign-archive.com/?u=4f3170ce26a3ed3511132b6d7&id=53b80b85ac

Kind regards vicky

Vicky and Richard Fox