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Plants for coastal gardens and exposed sites | Plants for a Purpose

…gardens too and see what grows well for them! We've listed some of the best coastal garden plants below. Plants for coastal gardens Salt tolerant Plant type Extra features Acacia dealbata Tree Cordyline Tree Cytisus (Broom) Tree Eucalyptus gunnii Tree Sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) Tree Escallonia…

Plants for Containers | Plants for a Purpose

plant varieties are ideal for growing in containers: * Other 'Plants for a Purpose' articles: * Back to 'Plants for a Purpose' * Trees for small gardens * Plants for shade * Plants for sunny, dry borders * Drought resistant plants * Plants for wildlife * Plants for different soil types * Plants for…

Perennial Plants for Pots

…all summer long. Quick Links: * Back to 'Plants for a Purpose' * Plants for containers * How to plant hanging baskets, flower pouches and containers * Top 10 perennial plants * Top 10 spring flowering bulbs Coming back year after year, perennial plants in pots, such as these Dianthus, are an easy…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 19th August 2011

…Good winter-flowering plants for containers include heather, snowdrops, hellebores, pansies, violas and primrose varieties such as ‘World's Most Scented Mix’. Good evergreen plants for structure and colour include dwarf conifers, Euonymus, dwarf Hebes and cordylines. Many of these shrubs…