Tag Archives for blooms

Indoor Tulips: Tulipa

The amateur will plant tulips either in pots or bowls containing bulb fibre or into a compost of soil, sand and one-third part by bulk of peat or leaf mould. Peat is almost sterile and contains neither disease spores nor … Continue reading

27. June 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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Garden Daisies

DAZZLING DAISIES DAISY-TYPE FLOWERS dominate the late summer borders together with chrysanthemums and dahlias. These heavily petalled blooms enliven the last days of summer. Aster novi-belgii ‘Lilac Time’, Aster novi-belgii – these asters form a pleasing composition. ♦ Taller growing … Continue reading

07. June 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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Exhibiting Roses

Staging Watch some of the old hands at the game. Assimilate first the cool, methodical way they go about their work. Their first consideration is to unpack their roses and get them into water. Then they find their classes; perhaps … Continue reading

03. May 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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