Lilies o' th' valley does," he answered, digging away with the trowel, "an' there's Canterbury bells
, an' campanulas.
em, all about 'work among the merry, merry blossoms," said Sacharissa from the deeps of a stale Canterbury bell
A Snapdragon B Wallflower C Canterbury Bells
D Love-lies-bleeding QUESTION 10 - for 10 points: Which spirit is flavoured with juniper berries?
Mind the gap Sow herbaceous perennials such as Achillea, Canterbury Bells
and Coreopsis in a sheltered, sunny spot in the garden.
l In a nursery bed, sow seeds of wallflowers and forget-me-nots and of biennial flowers like honesty and Canterbury bells
, which can be transplanted to their flowering spot later in the year l Look out for vine weevil damage in the greenhouse and treat compost in pots and borders by drenching with a biological pest control nematode if you find any.
Continue to plant biennials such as foxglove, Canterbury bells
FAVOURITE spring flowers like wallflowers, foxgloves, polyanthus, Canterbury bells
, forget-me-nots, ornamental kale and Brompton stocks are biennials, with a two years life cycle.
Campanula (bellflower) THESE summer-flowering favourites come in a range of sizes and colours, but among the most popular are the Canterbury Bells
SOW biennials such as Canterbury bells
and hollyhocks now to brighten up your flowerbeds next spring.
I think the Canterbury Bells
are playing little tunes.
The droopy wisteria, hark of dark Canterbury Bells
, forget-me-not blues, and the giraffe-high agapanthus my Nana planted along Torquay holiday-house drive I visited as a child.
The first year, the hollyhock, Canterbury bells
or foxglove produces roots and leaves.