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bedder

(ˈbɛdə)
n
1. (Education) Brit (at some universities) someone employed by a college to clean students' rooms
2. (Horticulture) a plant that may be grown in a garden bed
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Noun1.bedder - an ornamental plant suitable for planting in a flowerbedbedder - 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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delectable newspaper Trinity, the Roomer, the Bedder, and the Mealer.
BEDDERS 898 Coventry Road, Small Heath, Birmingham B10 0UA.
RED geraniums are one of our favourite summer bedders - and when you see these little beauties you'll know why.
The day Bedders opened was the day of my parents' wedding anniversary - and they wanted me out of the house
Why Clive Reeves, PR director, chose Bedders chip shop in Small Heath as the region's hidden gem.
It will surprise no one familiar with English mores to learn that (a) the bedders derived mostly from a working-class background, which cut them off, however great their aptitude, from any chance of higher schooling, and (b) this background made them authentic social conservatives long after the Cantabridgian student demographic had come to be dominated by spoilt Maoists from Eton.
Use a heated propagator to sow half-hardy annuals and other bedders like antirrhinums, African marigolds, begonias, gazanias and lobelias ?
Maybe a collaboration with chart-topping Bedders would work wonders for Sir Cliff, who failed to make it into the Top 10 with his last single, What Car.
NIP the growing tips out of straggly bedders such as fuchsias and geraniums to create a bushy habit.
BEDDERS 898 COVENTRY RD, SMALL HEATH B10 0UA VErDICt: HHHHI VErDICt: HHHHI AFTER getting a right soaking in Digbeth last Friday - when a dodgy paving stone also tipped water into my shoe - I decided to drown my sorrows in the footsteps of Poirot star, David Suchet.
But there really is no substitute for participating in sport yourself," adds Bedders.
WHAT a great article by Malcolm Boyden on Bedders fish and chips.