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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
and biennials. Summer bedding plants include hardy and half-hardy annuals, tender perennials and summer-flowering bulbs.
hi , this is my first post , im a bit of a newbie when it comes to growing fruit and veg etc , my first and im sure not my last question is , could someone please explain what , hardy , perennial , half hardy etc means , thanks Hardy- will withstand
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.
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
I'm pretty new to gardening and I would love some advice on the best native flowering plants to attract wildlife throughout the year. I am restricted a little in that I need to use pots and I don't know my perennials from half hardy annuals! The
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
-looked a bit tatty earlier in the year but after a tidy up they are now fine-same goes for 3 in a container that got left out all winter too-they seem to be described as half-hardy yet I am treating them as hardy perennials-so make of that what you will
leave them there? Hi Gracie5. They are a hardy perennial, a Shasta daisy, that should be planted in the border, in sun or half shade. I have one in my garden and it has been in flower all summer, just starting to go over now so am dead heading
importantly what the major difference as to why a plant will only last one year wheres as bi - annaul can do another year and so on? Excuse spelling Thank you. An annual will flower and set seed in the first year-half hardy denotes not frost tolerant