summer-flowering


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Adj.1.summer-flowering - of plants that bloom during the summer
summery - belonging to or characteristic of or occurring in summer; "summery weather"; "summery dresses"
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AS early lupins, cranesbill geraniums and other early summer-flowering perennials fade, how are you going to fill the gaps in your borders?
| SUMMER-flowering shrubs, such as fuchsia, perovskia, buddleja and deciduous ceanothus should be chopped to encourage new growth.
| Summer-flowering shrubs, such as fuchsia, spiraea, perovskia, lavatera, buddleja and deciduous ceanothus (for example, Gloire de Versailles) usually flower on new growth so a good chop now will stimulate plenty of this.
| Plant summer-flowering bulbs, such as lilies, liatris, begonias and gladioli, in pots indoors.
Spring zing Plant a final batch of spring hyacinths and tulips in gaps in the flower beds and summer-flowering lilies in rows in the cutting garden.
Tenders are invited for "Flower delivery for the needs of the Municipality of Stara Zagora" under two lots: Lot 1: "Arrangement of a color plant from thermo-cakes by planting of summer-flowering and winter-blossoming flowers and ornamental plants" Lot 2 "Supply of flower seedlings for two-year and summer-flowering flowers and bulbs "
| Plant summer-flowering bulbs such as lilies, liatris, begonia and gladioli in pots indoors.
Zantedeschia, known as calla lilies, are a summer-flowering plant with marvellous, waxy leaves and beautifully shaped and coloured flowers through summer.
A third summer-flowering tree from the Orient that has been too seldom planted in our area, (it was introduced more than 200 years ago!) is Koelreuteria paniculata, the Golden-rain tree.
Remove shoots with no live buds from summer-flowering clematis, cut back late-flowering clematis hard ?
LATE summer-flowering bulbs such as dahlias, crocosmias and lilies bring a burst of colour in the borders when a lot of other plants are past their best.