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Bedding Out and Old Fashioned Flowers

BEDDING OUT Recent years have seen a revival of formal bedding schemes where massed plants make for eye-catching displays. The large number of plants required can mostly be raised from seed. Nemesia – Easily grown, Nemesia is quick, to flower … Continue reading

14. April 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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Something Unusual for the Flower Garden

  Flower Garden: Something Unusual The choice of plants available for the spring borders is limitless. The inclusion of something a little different adds certain style and transforms the conventional into the dramatic. Ipheion uniflorum ‘Wisley Blue’ – Starry blue … Continue reading

13. April 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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General Flower Gardening

When people talk about mixed borders, what exactly do they mean? A mixed border is one which can contain any kind of plant, including trees, shrubs, and ornamental vegetables, as well as the more commonly grown herbaceous perennials, bedding plants, … Continue reading

29. March 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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