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'Dwarf Honeysuckle'

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 11th January 2013

…gradual narrowing to 18 ft. I'd like perennials, fragrant climbers, and obviously some evergreens. I also want to attract wild birds, I love honeysuckles, armandii clematis, jasmine, Lavender , Buddleja davidii . I also want pots strategically placed with maybe the fine cut acer? A bright red. It's…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 19th October 2012

…many of the variegated varieties need good light for the best colouring. Perhaps you could try evergreen Lonicera japonica 'Halliana' (Japanese Honeysuckle) which has sweetly scented flowers in the spring and summer. Pileostegia viburnoides is another attractive evergreen climber with heads of small…

Butterflies | Encouraging Wildlife

…window boxes. Herbs left to flower such as Thyme, Oregano, Lavender and Mint are excellent plants to try, along with dwarf Buddleja, Alyssum, Wallflowers, Allium, Hebe, Heliotrope and dwarf Verbena bonariensis. Here are some top tips when growing plants for butterflies: * • Plant the same types…

What to do in the garden in April

…Adding supports afterwards is difficult and and may damage the plant. * • Tie in climbing and rambling roses to their supports. * • Honeysuckle and Clematis will now be putting on growth, tie in new stems to train the plant along its support. * • Check any tree ties to make sure the…

What to do in the garden in June

…* • Stake tall or floppy perennial plants to prevent wind damage. * • As new shoots grow, tie in and train climbing plants such as honeysuckle and clematis to their supports. Use Soft-Tie Wrap for a secure tie. * • Prune out overcrowded or dead stems of evergreen Clematis such as…

What to do in your garden to encourage wildlife

…which attract bees and pollinating insects try growing winter aconite, primroses, Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn', Clematis cirrhosa and winter honeysuckle * Consider making a pond as this will provide a habitat for aquatic insects, newts and frogs, and attract dragonflies, bats and other wild…