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Gardenia August Beauty Topiary, Five Gallon Container

Gardenia August Beauty Topiary, Five Gallon Container

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Enjoy a nice head start by starting with a gardenia topiary--glance out your window and there it is, the glossy foliage and aromatic flowers four feet off the ground, no need to step outside to enjoy your new beauty. No need to plant straight into the ground either, as gardenias do quite well in container on porch or patio, just be sure to use high quality potting soil and a container with drainage holes. Gardenia August Beauty is highly prized for its profusion of sweetly fragrant double blooms, excellent for cut flowers. Evergreen. Full to partial sun. Clip to maintain current topiary shape. Best planted close to outdoor living spaces in heavy ceramic pots or raised planters to enjoy the lovely fragrance. Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Shipped in its original soil and container. Hardy to USDA zone 8 and all higher zones.

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