bedding plant


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bedding plant

n.
A plant that has been grown to blooming or near-blooming size before being planted in a garden for seasonal display of colorful flowers or foliage.

bedding plant

n
(Horticulture) a plant that may be grown in a garden bed
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Noun1.bedding plant - an ornamental plant suitable for planting in a flowerbedbedding plant - an ornamental plant suitable for planting in a flowerbed
garden plant - any of a variety of plants usually grown especially in a flower or herb garden
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Bush red geraniums are our best-selling bedding plant, along with white bacopa - these lines perform whatever the weather and form the basis of many displays.
Robert McMahon, Associate Professor, Horticultural Technologies, Ohio State ATI, compared the plant quality of 4 bedding plant varieties grown under a Venntis Technologies TotalGrow[TM] Broad Spectrum Fixture vs.
The ornamental pepper Black Pearl was most sensitive to salt stress, with the other bedding plant species and cultivars showing differing degrees of salt tolerance.
Heuchera, or coral bells, is a low-growing perennial bedding plant that becomes increasingly popular each year.
She was a few steps ahead of him and was interested in every bedding plant or shrub.
Its growth habit makes it a good container candidate as well as a bedding plant.
Penge's current holdings include a 274 acre wholesale tree operation outside of Tucson, Arizona, a 17 acre tree and shrub operation outside of Houston, Texas, and a 50 acre bedding plant, tree, and shrub operation in Midland, Texas.
QI got a propagator for Christmas and I am keen to start sowing bedding plant seeds.
In these locales, planted outdoors, it blooms nonstop when utilized as a bedding plant or ground cover.
The precise bedding plant requirements shall be provided by cheshire west and chester council in december for summer bedding and in may for spring bedding each year.
The only saddness is a much loved bedding plant, the busy lizzy, impatiens, can't take part, or at best will have a very minor role.
Let's start with the Iceland poppy (Papaver nudicaule), a long-lasting winter and spring bloomer, the ultimate bedding plant for March.