nemesia


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nemesia

(nɪˈmiːʒə)
n
(Plants) any plant of the southern African scrophulariaceous genus Nemesia: cultivated for their brightly coloured (often reddish) flowers
[C19: New Latin, from Greek nemesion, name of a plant resembling this]
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Fill a basket with nemesia, Tropaeolum and Calibrachoa in this playful colour to energise your garden.
Two of the Badillo siblings, Nemesia and Teodora, inherited the property.
Tuck cool-season flowering annuals, including nemesia, pansy, and viola, into garden beds for instant cold-hardy color.
BEST OF THE BUNCH NEMESIA These pretty half-hardy annuals are a favourite in patio pots and window boxes, flowering quickly to create a riot of colour, brightening up sunny corners with their clusters of funnel-shaped blooms.
Perk up a shady patio 1 Fill a container with shade-tolerant plants including white busy Lizzies, purple heliotropes, nemesia and evergreen lamium.
Ma Angeles Sanchez Lamolda *, Ma Angeles Malagon Rodriguez *, Nemesia Alonso Hernandez **
Among the pick of the crop were Osteospermum Serenity series with its soft pastel or terracotta-toned flowers that mature to a deeper, warmer shade, and the Nemesia Lady series, a deliciously scented variety which looked great in mixed plantings with Calibrachoa Can-Can Rose Star and Pelargonium Caliente Pink.
From the prettiest nemesia to big and beautiful bunches, who can resist?
Among the pick of the crop were Osteospermum Serenity series (Mr Fothergill''s; Unwins), with its soft pastel or terracotta-toned flowers that mature to a deeper, warmer shade, and the Nemesia Lady series, a deliciously scented variety which looked great in mixed plantings with Calibrachoa 'Can-Can Rose Star'' and Pelargonium 'Caliente Pink''.
Among the pick of the crop were Osteospermum Serenity series (Mr Fothergill's; Unwins) with its soft pastel or terracotta-toned flowers that mature to a deeper, warmer shade, and the Nemesia Lady series, a deliciously scented variety which looked great in mixed plantings with Calibrachoa 'Can-Can Rose Star' and Pelargonium 'Caliente Pink'.
Among the pick of the crop were Osteospermum Serenity series (Mr Fothergill's; Unwins), with its soft pastel or terracotta-toned flowers that mature to a deeper, warmer shade, and the Nemesia Lady series, a deliciously scented variety which looked great in mixed plantings with Calibrachoa "Can-Can Rose Star" and Pelargonium "Caliente Pink".