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and veltheimia bulbs in potsTake leaf cuttings from begonias and Cape primrosesGreenhouse30 minutesIncrease your stock of rosemary plants
under cover for winter Empty begonia tubers from potsWater plants more sparingly Greenhouse30 minutesLearn how to repair your lawn
.Summer hanging basket inspiration and adviceMake a pelargonium, begonia and sutera hanging basketPot up a hanging basket with geraniums and verbenaCreate a cottage garden look with a display of begonia, marguerite, plectranthus and verbenaPlant up an edible herb
of hyacinths; Adam is firmly sat on the fence and only dislikes "weeds", while Anne hates coleus, particularly in bedding displays. Are any bedding displays really nice, though? Do people actually like begonias, marigolds and impatiens or is it only municipal
,Iris foetidissima (left), wood spurge and various spring bulbs, like snowdrops and winter aconites.Extreme shadeMore on gardening in shadePot up a shade-loving display of begonias and fernsCreate spring pot display for shadeBrighten up a gloomy corner with a pot
virus.Planting exotic eucomis bulbs.Caring for cannas.Creating an exotic pot display with begonias and banana plants.Growing exotic plants from seed.
. More tropical planting inspirationCreating a tropical display of begonia and banana plants.Growing tropical plants canna and eucomis in a pot.Planting Aloe variegata in a pot.
for planting from late autumnFinish picking beans, but leave a few pods to ripenFruit & vegSow sweet peas Continue harvesting chillies, peppers and other cropsReduce watering potted tuberous begoniasGreenhouse1 hourPlanting a small tree
, including African violets, cane-stemmed begonias, coleus, cyperus, impatiens, ivy, rubber plants and verbena.More on growing and caring for house plantsTaking stem cuttings from dracaena house plantsGrowing cactus plants from seedGrowing indoor amarylis
There is a tendency among some gardeners to look down their noses at bedding. They sneer at the humble petunia, cock a reproachful eyebrow at a tumbling lobelia and positively guffaw at any sign of a begonia. I admit that I used to share