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godetia

(ɡəˈdiːʃə)
n
(Plants) any plant of the American onagraceous genus Godetia, esp one grown as a showy-flowered annual garden plant
[C19: named after C. H. Godet (died 1879), Swiss botanist]
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Clarkia, or godetia, is an easy-to-grow annual with silky petals in pinks, lavenders and pale purples.
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People do not grow plants, such as clarkia, candytuft, godetia and Virginia stock nowadays, but they make a splash of colour and sown in succession through the summer are easy to grow.
It is not too late to direct sow a few fast growing, late flowering hardy annuals such as calendula, godetia and clarkia.
The variety of flowers included Acroclinium, Anchusa, Ageratum, Aster, Alyssum, Antirrhinum, Annual Chrysanthemum, Calendula, Candytuft, Corn Flower, Cineraria, Clarkia, Dianthus, Dimorphotheca, English Daisy, Gazania, Godetia, Gypsophila, Gamolepis, Helichrysum,.
All the food at the hotel is vegetarian, and suppers are served on the terrace which is surrounded by colourful borders of delphiniums, lupins, godetia and campanula, with lavender scenting the air in the evenings.
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