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To anyone that could help I have brought flowering seeds today and I'm just getting confused with what comes back what doesn't please could some kind gardener tell me so I can write it down.starting with hardy perennial,half hardy annual,half hardy
I was given some of these late in the season and they're obviously not going to get to flowering before the frosts. Are they annuals or tender/half hardy perennials? If I dig one up and bring it into a cold greenhouse might it survive long enough
and biennials. Summer bedding plants include hardy and half-hardy annuals, tender perennials and summer-flowering bulbs.
any ideas what this is??? 7420253708_de560ee4f7_z.jpg Calceolaria looks like calceolaria but i've only seen yellow ones before Calceolaria hybrida (amongst other names) Tender perennials treated as half hardy annuals.
plants can take our climate and won't die in the frost half hardy means they'll probably die in the winter - too cold for them Tender - they will die in the winter Perennials, biennials and annuals can be hardy, half hardy or tender. many thanks for your
&M, for the same number of seeds. T&M also occasionally offer discounts on top of that too. This is Cappuccino from T&M: http://www.thompson-morgan.com/flowers/flower-seeds/half-hardy-annual-seeds/rudbeckia-hirta-cappuccino/8565TM Personally, I wouldn't actually
now would be lovely - I have run out of money for plants but could stretch to a few more seeds! Calendula would do fine now. As would cornflowers and nigella and a far few more. Pretty much any half hardy annuals will flower this year, and should
tough fibre.and any good garden centre to purchase.lol LOL CHEERS JUST CARNT FIND THEM ON THE SITE http://www.thompson-morgan.com/flowers/flower-seeds/half-hardy-annual-seeds/tithonia-rotundifolia-arcadian-blend/3498TM
There are many hardy and half-hardy annuals that can be grown for cut flowers. Many attract bees and butterflies and some species can be dried, for use in long-lasting displays.Sow hardy and half-hardy annuals between March and April in small pots
someone will. I thought Cherry Brandy was a tender short lived perennial, but Sarah Raven lists it as a half hardy annual. Anyway, it's usually thrown away after the frosts and re-sown under cover in early spring or bought as a plug plant. Thompson