diascia


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diascia

(daɪˈæsɪə)
n
a S African plant with pink flowers
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Plants that will be on offer in the giveaway include varieties of Salvia (Mirage, Leucantha Velour Mix), Nandina (Citylights), Arctotis (Safari Daises), Diascia (Picadilly, Little Dreamer) and Dianthus (Super Parfait, Everlast) among others.
These could range from trailing petunias and calibrachoa, to bacopa, lobelia, nemesia, diascia and helichrysum, although there are many other suitable plants available.
4 Choose your plants If you want your basket to be admired from all sides, choose one larger plant to put in the centre, such as an upright fuchsia or geranium, and select around five other plants to place around it.These could range from trailing petunias and calibrachoa, to bacopa, lobelia, nemesia, diascia and helichrysum, although there are many other suitable plants available.
If you like a mixed arrangement, consider using trailing nemesia, bacopa, diascia, felicia, Lotus berthelotii, Scaevola Blue Wonder, Lysimachia Goldilocks and Verbena Temari.
Good bedding for baskets include geraniums, petunias, bacopa, lobelia, verbena, diascia and fuchsia, although some require more watering than others.
Or try two snapdragon relatives that are much newer on the garden scene: diascia and nemesia.
Nid clychau cwrel (Heuchera) mo'r rhain ond Diascia (twinspur) fel y gwelwch o'r llun ac rydw i'n ymddiheuro'n fawr am eich camarwain.
ROMANTIC Mix lobelia with diascia, phlox, and pelargonium
Go for drought-tolerant plants such as pelargoniums, helichrysum, osteospermum and diascia. Of course, additional greenery such as ivy will rarely let you down.
Diascia 'Blue Belle' (Plants By Post, J Parker's), a new variety launched at the Chelsea Flower Show last year, cascaded over the sides of the basket and didn't need deadheading, while Petunia 'Queen Bee' (Spalding Plant & Bulb Company) proved a vigorous grower, producing a plentiful mix of yellow Easy-care cheer for your garden - Argyranthemum 'Yellow Empire' and, inset
Try Alyssum, Mesembryanthemum, Begonias, Diascia, Gypsophila, Lobelia, Petunias and Violas.