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, and are therefore infertile, which means they won't set seed. They're bred to be pollen-free, so you can bring them indoors without pollen dropping all over your window sills. New varieties are introduced each year, like 'Peach Passion', which is not only pollen
, so this year I've invested in a few dwarf cyclamen. These are really indoor pot plants, but are quite at home in a patio pot for a couple of months. Now these are not hardy outdoor varieties, so could be killed off by cold and damp winter weather
houseplants, and I'm often surprised where you can pick one up. Of course good garden centres usually have a dedicated area under glass for indoor plants, and M&S sell some nice ones, but how about Tesco's? Just look at what I found there last week (pictured
Wales. I've enjoyed their stunning displays of streptocarpus, begonias and indoor plants at the Chelsea Flower Show, Gardeners' World Live and other events for many years, and am always tempted to try something new.
carefully slip split canes down the sides of the pot and tie in the thick fleshy stems with soft green string.Then come the flowers; I usually bring a pot indoors to brighten the kitchen window sill while I'm doing the washing up - it's good to have a