Mezoo Trailing Red

$5.98

Out of stock

Color: Mezoo Trailing Red

Size: 4.5″ Pot (748 ml/1.58 pt)

  • Blooming Season: Spring, Summer & Fall
  • Height: 6-8″
  • Exposure: Full Sun
  • Spacing: 18-20″

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Product Description

Mezoo Trailing Red (Dorotheanthus)

Mezoo Trailing Red was one of our top-sellers in 2017! It’s a low maintenance plant that is heat tolerant and looks like a succulent with little flowers.

Vigorously trailing, succulent plant with dime-sized, rose-red flowers. Roots well and finishes quickly, tolerates wet or dry soils and high/low pH. Excellent addition to combination basket and planters.

Annuals at Barlow’s

At Barlow’s, we grow over 70% of the products we sell, including almost all of our annuals! On our website, we have included a good chunk of the annuals that will be available for sale in the Spring.

We have fresh crops growing all season long in our nursery’s production greenhouses ready to be planted in your container or garden. Our selection of annual flowers starts in mid-February with the bright colors of primroses and goes through the fall with the warm hues of mums and pansies.

Barlow’s also offers a wide variety of native annuals that are unique to New Jersey Landscapes. From the Jersey Shore to the northernmost terrain, we love to provide our gardeners with the highest quality flowers from our NJ farm and other local vendors.

We pride ourselves on carrying unique varieties as well as the newest introductions available, including the Annual of the Year. Whether you have a sun filled garden or a shady spot, our knowledgeable staff is always available to help you pick the perfect plant.

Before you buy anything, you’ll want to make sure that you know what type of plant you need for your garden. You should always start off your shopping with what type of lighting that area in your yard gets. That will dictate if you can plant shady begonias vs. sun loving vinca in your garden!

You can plant your annuals in the spring, but do note that we are not free of frost in our zone until after May 15th. Most of our annuals will last right until the first frost in late October/November.

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