The Q&A Archives: Phormium "Amazing Red" question

Question: We've just purchased the Phormium

Answer: Your Phormium Amazing Red will form a clump less than two feet high and wide. You can keep it in a container but I'd suggest a two to five gallon pot rather than a one gallon pot. The extra space will give the roots ample room to grow without overcrowding. Amazing Red will remain relatively small compared to other phormiums so it shouldn't overtake a garden, even when planted in the ground.

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