late-flowering


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Adj.1.late-flowering - of plants that bloom during the autumn
autumnal - of or characteristic of or occurring in autumn; "the autumnal equinox"; "autumnal fruits"
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Late-flowering Autumn Glory puts on a show through to October with its dark green leaves and produces dark violet flowers with a white centre.
SOW fast-maturing and late-flowering annuals directly into their flowering position.
LATE-FLOWERING ornamental grasses such as Miscanthus only really gets growing in early summer but by mid-summer it can achieve a height of 1.
Late-flowering ornamental grasses are looking wonderful right now.
Asuperb mixture of vibrant double late-flowering tulips which produce an amazing display as illustrated, with unusual but elegant peony-shaped flowers.
Larger types look best at the back of a border, fringed by late-flowering clematis.
According to The Guardian, Bell also became only the ninth England batsman to score 20 Test centuries, following Kevin Pietersen and Alastair Cook into that exclusive club, as he continued his late-flowering purple patch against Australia.
There is also a robust white variety called album, which stands up to extreme weather and is perfect for creating pools of light around late-flowering shrubs.
Move late-flowering chrysanthemums in pots into the greenhouse before the first frost.
Obsessed with a frightening gap in his memory, he sets out to uncover what happened, and finds instead an unusual woman with secrets of her own, and a late-flowering love that brings its own thorny problems.
If your bulbs are in shady areas of the yard, if the bulbs selected were of the mid-season and late-flowering varieties, and if night temperatures remain low, you should be able to enjoy tulips such as the Darwin, lily-flowered, parrot, fringed and the double late-flowering peony for several more weeks.
Neither of these lines is late-flowering, a trait usually linked to freeze tolerance.