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…conditions. You can also view all the most recent customer reviews here: November review winner * * "Alstroemeria Everest " * Alstroemeria Everest * KEITH GUNTON 18-11-2015 * Have grown Alstroemerias for a few years now. I bought an Everest selection earlier in the year and was astonished how fast…

What to do in the garden in January

…to prune Clematis take a look at our Clematis pruning guide. * • For a more unusual bare-root plant to add to your borders now, try growing Alstroemeria (Peruvian Lily). * • Cut back the old foliage from ornamental grasses before growth begins - clip them to within a few centimetres of the…

Facebook questions jan 21st

…November/ December/ Jan/ Feb - Try growing bulbs in containers for forcing. They can be brought indoors for a colourful display. March - Wallflower April - Tree Peony May - Stocks, Sweet Williams, Pinks, Delphinium June - Phlox, Calendula, Alstroemeria, Sweet Pea, Coreopsis July -Echinacea, Gerbera,…

Thompson & Morgan | Facebook Question and Answer Session 1st November 2013

…well drained soil then there are lots of plants you could choose! With a 2ft border it's probably best to plant herbaceous perennials, annuals, bulbs and perhaps some very small shrubs if required. Bear in mind that trees and shrubs shed lots of leaves so can cause problems close to ponds. I would…