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bicolour

(ˈbaɪˌkʌlə) or

bicoloured

;

bicolor

or

bicolored

adj
two-coloured
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Adj.1.bicolour - having two colorsbicolour - having two colors; "a bicolor flower"; "a bicolored postage stamp"
coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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Lupins are also really easy to grow from seed and come in a huge range of colours and bicolours.
They like well-drained but moisture-retentive soil in sun or part shade and come in a huge variety of colours, which may be plain, blotched or bicoloured. A wonderful winter and spring flowering variety is the weather resistant Sorbet Series, which includes many wonderful bicolours.
This is a gorgeous mylange of five separate bicolours that pledge to be quick-flowering, stout plants (this pledge has been fulfilled) with many good-sized flower spikes.
Lupins come in a huge range of colours and bicolours, last well when cut, and are great plant partners for delphiniums and Oriental poppies.
The choice is awesome, for geraniums come with single or double flowers and the colour range extends from deep wine red and vivid magenta purple through pinks and orange shades to white and cream, along with bicolours, spotted and eyed types.
They flower profusely and this mixture includes several different bicolours such as blue, red, purple and rose.
Some years ago, my wife and I visited Chateau Hotel de la Bourdaisiere near Tours in the Loire Valley in France at the height of a very hot summer and we were lucky enough to see their incredible collection of tomatoes, numbering some 650 different varieties from almost black ones to oranges, yellows, reds, bicolours and striped ones and in variations of size from grape to grapefruit.
Shorter still, at just 10in tall, is Mother of Pearl, which comes in shades of grey, soft blue, lilac, peach dusky pink and white with charming speckled and picotee bicolours.
Each packet of seed contains a wide variety of sunflowers including some bicolours, singles and doubles.
K: Kniphofias, the unmistakable red-hot pokers of herbaceous borders, are attracting more fans as different colours and bicolours, mostly fiery shades, become available.
Geraniums come in single or double flowers in colours from red to butter-cream and white, along with bicolours, spotted and eyed types.
It's a superb seed mixture with semi-double and double blooms and single and bicolours - all set off against pretty fern-like foliage.