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Common Periwinkle - Vinca minor (Six-pack)
21,99 -23%
16,99
White Periwinkle Gertrude Jekyll - Vinca minor alba (Six-pack)
23,99 -25%
17,99
Common Periwinkle - Vinca minor
3,99
Purple Periwinkle Atropurpurea - Vinca minor (Six-pack)
23,99 -25%
17,99
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Periwinkle For Sale Online

Periwinkle is for sale online throughout the year. Periwinkle is a delightful - and very popular - evergreen and groundcover plant also known by the name Vinca. As such, there are two different varieties. Vinca major and Vinca minor. Vinca major grows taller and produces larger flowers than Vinca minor, but is not winter hardy. Vinca Minor is smaller and winter hardy, sporting beautiful white, blue, violet or red-purple flowers during spring. With their stunning dark green, white veined or gold-leaf leaves (depending on the variety you purchase), this maintenance free groundcover plant looks fabulous wherever you plant it. It grows well in shady gardens and is a very efficient weed suppressor. Combine perennial Periwinkle with Hosta, Polygonatum or Hortensia for stunning border display. Periwinkle keeps weeds down in your garden and flower borders. It is a great garden asset.

Propagating Periwinkle

Propagate Periwinkle by taking softwood cuttings. It is very simple to do. Vinca minor cuttings root easily as soon as they buried in soil. Plant the cuttings in your flower border or under a shrub or tree. The best time to propagate periwinkle by taking cuttings is in May, June or July. This attractive, perennial plant is an evergreen that suppresses weeds. It is also non-invasive. Tip: The more sun the plants receive, the more profusely they bloom.

Pruning Periwinkle

It is not necessary to prune Periwinkle. If you wish, you can cut your plants back during spring. This is to retain its shape. The best time to prune Vinca is the end of March or early April. Do not prune every year to ensure good flowering plants.

  
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