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time. They are nice healthy little plants to plant in a pot. Looked good in the brochure, with unusual pink flowers. Here's hoping! They certainly look lovely don't they? I'm hoping the fruits are good too. Where did you get yours from Lizzy? Mine
. I thought peony as well It Is a peony n look like it I pink one. The flowers should appear soon. Thank you all! They look like normal ants but will keep an eye out thank you!
snapdragons? Can grow a couple of feet high if not even higher- and have a long flowering peroid with regular deadheading. Not fully hardy though Agastache. Tallish and long flowering. No staking not fussy. Black adder is blue black and sangria is pink
Hi all, I have a peach tree and a nectarine tree. Both are dwarf and in pots. They came as bare root trees a month or so ago. I potted them both up at the same time. The peach had many lovely pink flowers with I hand pollinated and is not leaved
flowering.I have golden spirea , dwarf gold leaves, pink flowers only about foot and half high, says trim if required spring.Spirea japonica shironbana pink and white flowers...that's the one wasn't sure of , prune slightly now old flowers off , only foot
Collect and sow seed from foxglovesTake cuttings from pinks (Dianthus)Prune philadelphus after flowering, removing stems carrying old flowers. Cut out very weak stems and some of the oldest woodFeed dahlias with a liquid fertiliser and ensure plants
to happen. The original plant is gone and no one knows when it was removed. The flowers where pale pink and white and at least 50 years old. I would love to see it flower and perhaps reestablish it again. I would think the original is either the lonicera
flowering now (pink/purple flowers) so think I will do as you suggest as soon as the flowers go.
, It may seem old-fashioned, but how about pinks? if you keep dead-heading them (which is quite a pleasant job) they can produce flowers for months. If you don't like the grey foliage look, some of them come with bright green leaves. And if you think
Pelagoniums are a classic window box plant, they are used here as a focal point for a sea of lightly scented, delicate-pink nemesia. April - JuneJune - September20 minutesPink pelargoniumNemesia denticulata 'Confetti' x4Standard-sized window box