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hi again,i have bought some Foxglove seeds.if i sow them now will they flower this year?i am a new gardener but keen. Most foxgloves are biennial which means sow first year flower the second. What does it say on the packet? Try looking them up
HI PLEASE CAN YOU TERLL ME WHAT PLANT THIS IS AS PER PHOTO THANK YOU VERY MUCH GEORGE Wallflower? Erysimum cheirii I think. Looks like a wallflower Yep...wallflower. Looks like a biennial one though Yes, bin it when it finishes flowering. It has
biennial plant. Has anyone else grown teasel? Obviously a triffid... best move house...
is up to you, I love them and so do insects. The bugloss is covered in bees and butterflies when in flower. Then the seeds get eaten by the finches. They're both biennial so if you like them let them seed.
ITS IS DEAD NOW? THANKS GEORGE Hi George. They're biennial, though some behave as annuals but they only flower once then die. Look around and you'll probably find some seedlings
perennial,hardy biennial.thank you flowers are a new thing I've been into I mostly plant veg . Hardy perennial-comes up every year -does not need protection-some live longer that others Half-hardy perennial-does need protection but will grow year after year
. Swede and turnip can be sown now in modules to plant out later for an over winter crop. Strawberry seeds for a crop next year. If you like growing flowers, biennials can be started off from seed in July to be planted out in September or October. Most say
Create your own 'cutting patch' with Sarah Raven's video guide. Learn how, by growing cut-and-come-again annuals and biennials in a separate bed, you can prevent your borders from looking bare. springMore advice on growing flowersGrowing lupins
have a conservatory or greenhouse then put them in their, as annual and biennial herbs usually need warmer weather Thanks Ryan. I'll hold off for a while. I'd hold fire Kayfersmum, most of them are lovers of mild climes. Besides, there is snow and -5C
Hi - I was just wondering if anyone knows whether Echinaceas are biennial or perennial in the UK? I have read that they are both, and an internet search seems to imply that it depends on where you are. I am in Lincolnshire. I planted some last