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during winter). Boosting the exotic display is a pineapple lily and a sedum, which come into their own when adorned with late-summer blooms.Carol Klein gives useful advice on planting cannas, while Rachel and Monty choose canna varieties for the Long
'd count it as a success, but nutured what I though was an exotic geranium which when it flowered was...a field buttercup.
stages of growth.springMore advice on growing plants from seedSowing seeds indoorsHow to sow sweet pea seedsGrowing exotic plants from seedGrowing dahlias from seed
The climbing glory lily, Gloriosa rothschildiana is an ideal choice for growing in a warm conservatory, where it will scramble up support canes or wires to a height of around 1.2m.An exotic summer-flowering plant, the glory lily requires warm
exotic looking, but flowers are insignificant. Laurel will grow well in most conditions and gives good screening, but is rather plain.
Kate I remember on my way to school when I was about 8 seeing Goldfinches in some one's garden and thinking how wonderful they looked and how we never had bird's like that in our garden,I thought they were quite exotic and where did they get them
these (as far as I could see). Does anyone have any idea what they are? They were in an area that was mainly planted with Primulas... I'd love to know what they are, as they just look so exotic and alien. *edited to add, the label that you can see says
bad winters-before that they were in a container and were quite happy in an unheated greenhouse over winter-my feeling is despite their exotic look they are a lot hardier than we think As Alina says split in the spring
to prevent it drying out.The exotic striped spathe will form on the side of the leaf stalk and lasts about one week before beginning to fade.AdamAdd loam or John Innes to your compost to improve nutrient levels, and start feeding every week once your plants
I'm always rather staggered by Jerusalem artichokes. Firstly, by their impressive and evocative name; it makes me think of exotic locations with correspondingly interesting cuisine and highly sought-after seasonal foods of subtle flavour. Secondly