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Ageratum plants

Ageratum plantsThe Ageratum are effective half-hardy annual bedding plants, thriving best in a light, rich soil. Seed should be sown in heat in February or March. Cuttings root freely under glass. Their height is about 1,5 feet. There is a dwarf variety suitable for ribbon borders and edgings. Their height is about 6 inch.