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autumnal colour when they don't have leaves and can be pruned to any size, I have one in a window box that I keep at 2ft.
What varieties are you growing this year? Last year I only had 'Dorothy Eckford' a pure white and I loved it, I do prefer a single colour. This year I'm not growing any annual but instead have planted the perennial everlasting pea, one called 'Pink
Plant a small treeNo matter how small your garden, choose your variety carefully and you'll find there's always room for a tree. A tree will add height, colour and architectural interest to a garden and, if planted properly, should provide many
stemmed variety. Bright Lights are brilliant--not only tasty but cheerful colours all through winter. Winter lettuce is good too. I'm planting and sowing autumn garlic, onions, shallots, cabbages and kale to keep the veg patch full over winter.
attached to the roots. They are round and sandy coloured. Does any anyone have an idea what this could be and if I ignore it or if it is likely to be a problem, how do I deal with it? Many thanks Madeleiene Did you buy the plants in or sow them yourself
After the recent soft mists and bright days I'm going to formally declare that autumn is with us. Not picture book autumn, with flaring red leaves and dustings of frost, but a sort of pubescent autumn. This is a lovely time of year - everything
: it is about 3m high and has gloriously scented tubular white flowers in Autumn, lush Autumn colour and bright red berries. Or Gentiana farreri, a trailing evergreen delight with flowers like sky blue fanfares? These are just two of the plants that Reginald
A wide variety of pots have graced my patio all summer, hosting a wide and varied range of plants from agapanthus and phormium to miscanthus, eucomis, pelargoniums, and an assortment of colourful bedding - to name but a few.I love growing things
the colour of the flower I would say it's not hardy. Hopefully it will be OK in your flower bed over summer, but if you want to keep it alive when autumn comes you'll need to plant it in a pot and bring it indoors. After that, keep it warm, give it plenty
early spring) - though the colours stayed true. I'm going to plant them in the borders this year after a good feed and hope for the best I had approx 400 tulips to plant last Autumn. I left it late to avoid desease. Most went in one big bed, the rest