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A classic achimene that's been brightening window boxes and sills for generations, Harry Williams is colorful, cheery and floriferous. One of the most temperature hardy of the group, this achimene is suited to outdoor setting in parts of the country where limited freezes occur. Harry Williams blooms from June through autumn with fuchsia pansy-like flowers terminating in speckled yellow throats.
Why achimenes are not more widely grown is a continuing mystery to the horticultural community. We believe it's about trying and seeing for yourself how great these plants are - here's your chance!
|Botanical Name:||Achimene Harry Williams|
|Common Name:||Hot water plant, Cupid's bow, Orchid pansy, Magic flower, Widow's tears, Monkey-faced pansy, Nut orchid, Mother's tears|
|Growing Zones:||Zones 3-10, winter hardy in zones 8-10|
|Flower Color:||Fuchsia pink with yellow throats|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||Achimenes produce small rhizomes; 1/4" to 3/4" long|
|Season:||Summer through fall|
|Bloom Timing:||Early summer through fall|
|Pkg. Count:||12 vigorous rhizomes|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Achimene Planting Guide|
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