Then there are to be eschscholtzias, dahlias, sunflowers, zinnias, scabiosa
, portulaca, yellow violas, yellow stocks, yellow sweet-peas, yellow lupins--everything that is yellow or that has a yellow variety.
Set out 4-inch starts of spring- and summer-blooming flowers such as alstroemeria, columbine, delphinium, foxglove, poppies, salvias, scabiosa
, sweet peas, and yarrow.
Know what plants can thrive Perennials which can be grown in a seaside setting include achillea, crocosmia, eryngium (sea holly), echinops (globe thistle), sedum, heuchera (coral flower), euphorbia, gazania, scabiosa
Know what plants can thrive: Perennials which can be grown in a seaside setting include achillea, crocosmia, eryngium (sea holly), echinops (globe thistle), sedum, heuchera (coral flower), euphorbia, gazania, scabiosa
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and aquilegia attract a lot of bees and my borders hum with the sound of them.
Some of the varieties you can get into the ground now include cornflowers, nigella, cerinthe, borage, malope, calendula, scabiosa
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atropurpurea Pharbitas hispida and Convolvulus tricolor (Walter Fitch - PGP) Jasmine officinalis and Jasmine fruticans (Walter Fitch - PGP) Another orchid print by John Nugent Fitch worth PS100-200 Reseda odorata, Tropaeolum majus and Althea rosea (Walter Fitch - PGP) Battered but not yet broken: Popular Garden Botany by Agnes Catlow and illustrated by Walter Fitch
Andy Garcka, Greenford, North West London: Try scabious (both knautia and scabiosa
species), coreopsis, Anthemis tinctoria and cultivars of Geranium wallichianum.
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They carried bouquets of roses, anemones, calla lilies, green dianthus, scabiosa
pods, and seeded eucalyptus.
I don't cut back my perennials in autumn, choosing instead to allow the seed heads of scabiosa
and the dried flowers of lady's mantle and yarrow to accumulate a pretty dusting of snow.