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nemesia

(nɪˈmiːʒə)
n
(Plants) any plant of the southern African scrophulariaceous genus Nemesia: cultivated for their brightly coloured (often reddish) flowers
[C19: New Latin, from Greek nemesion, name of a plant resembling this]
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Nemesia 'Banana Swirl' THE pink and yellow combo won't be to everyone's taste, but this does make a great container plant - neat, long-flowering and aromatic.
Nemesia is a hardworking bloomer - its small flowers are a bit like snapdragons, are usually fragrant, and are wildlife friendly.
tail grass Nemesia is a hardworking bloomer - its small flowers are a bit like snapdragons, are usually fragrant, and are wildlife friendly.
These could range from trailing petunias and calibrachoa, to bacopa, lobelia, nemesia, diascia and helichrysum.
If you like a mixed arrangement, consider using trailing nemesia, bacopa, diascia, felicia, Lotus berthelotii, Scaevola Blue Wonder, Lysimachia Goldilocks and Verbena Temari.
(sarahraven.com) Finally, for something different, I loved Sutton's new nemesia, 'Masquerade'.
Under this restructure, Lorito has transferred 8,473,370 common shares and Zebra has transferred 1,227,651 common shares of Lundin Gold to Nemesia Sarl.
Or try two snapdragon relatives that are much newer on the garden scene: diascia and nemesia. Both have small tubular flowers in a variety of available colors.
Two of the Badillo siblings, Nemesia and Teodora, inherited the property.
Tuck cool-season flowering annuals, including nemesia, pansy, and viola, into garden beds for instant cold-hardy color.