###europeae, Castanea sativa, Pinus, Ornithogalum Agrostemma
Now, I cut flowers that are white and rustic-wafts of cloud larkspur, thin necks of agrostemma
, branching bachelor buttons.
In mild-winter areas, spring-blooming annuals such as agrostemma
, bachelor's buttons, love-in-a-mist, poppies, and sweet peas can be planted this month from seeds or starts; they'll grow throughout the winter and produce a show in spring.
Identified crop weeds were corncockle (Agrostemma
githago), cornflower (Centaurea cyanus), bromes (Bromus sp.) and corn gromwell (Lithospermum arvense), as well as ball-mustard (Neslia paniculata) (Fig.
and Vida ervilia (L.) Willd.) and arable weeds (Agrostemma
githago L., Bongardia chrysogonum (L.) Spach and Leontice leontopetalum L.).
Sow seed on a surface of compost, not underneath as they need light to germinate.
Guy Barter, Chief Horticultural Advisor to the RHS, added: "Like many garden plants, corn-cockle (officially called Agrostemma
githago) is potentially harmful especially if consumed.
Bromus secalinus (change index = -0.75) and Agrostemma
githago (change index = -0.43) are both declining in parts of Europe, reflecting changes in agricultural practices (Heywood, 1989; Storkey et al., 2011).
The effects of soil fertilizer on amino acids in the floral nectar of corncockle, Agrostemma
Plants to choose from include agrostemma
, calendula, chrysanthemum, clarkia, clary, cornflower, corn marigold, convolvulus, cosmos, eschscholtzia, godetia, helianthus, lavatera, limnanthes, linaria, linum, mignonette, nasturtium, nemophila, nigella, scabious, statice, night scented stock, poppy and sweet sultan.
Interference on pure and mixed populations of Agrostemma