Unbelievable, coconut scented flowers
Unusual and wonderfully scented flowers, with yellow bases and quirky, spiky heads. Perfect to create a quintessential English Garden feel when planted alongside Foxgloves and Snapdragons (Antirrhinums) to which they are related. With their fantastic fragrance reminiscent of coconuts, why not grow your own Bounty Bar with Chocolate Daisy and Chocolate Solider either side!
- Extraordinary blooms that look like the Statue of Liberty or masquerade masks
- Unbelievable, coconut scented flowers
- Good for hanging baskets, pots and borders, by the back door, window boxes or along a path
- Profusion of flowers for 6-8 weeks
- Perfect for an English Country Garden look
A blend of staccato structure and a riot of colour with its conical petals in vivid yellow and crisp white, transforming any planting scheme into a botanical party. When temperatures are mild, this belle of the masked ball produces long elegant upright stems that support clusters of its elaborate masked dancers with the form of unbelievable, coconut scented flowers.
The showy and dainty little plant is also very obliging in the garden and seeds germinate easily, going on to grow en-mass proving an eye-catching feature. The Nemsia Masquerade is a fantastic fragranced plant, perfect on patios, in hanging baskets, pots on garden tables, window boxes, next to the back door and even lining paths. Celebrate your inner dramatic self with the Nemesia Masquerade!
Hardiness:5 to 0 degrees
Aftercare - Easy:True
Aftercare - Moderate:False
Aftercare - High:False
Likes Acidic Soil:False
Beds & Borders:True
Prefers Full Sun:True
Grows in Sun or Shade:True
Half Hardy Annual:True