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'Japanese Anemone Seeds'

Top 10 Perennial Plants

…carnations in beds, borders and patio containers. Dianthus flowers are brilliant for cutting, often lasting 3 weeks in a vase! 9. Japanese Anemone Japanese Anemones (Anemone x hybrida) are stunning performers in late summer and autumn when many other plants have fizzled out. Masses of large, bright,…

How to Control Weeds in your Garden

…been "hot" enough to kill off weed seeds? Dandelions What is the best way of getting rid of dandelions in my lawn? Horseradish How can I get rid of horse radish? Horsetails How do I get rid of horsetails in my garden? Japanese Knotweed Can Japanese knotweed self seed in my garden? Moss How do I get…

Plants for Shade | Plants for a Purpose

…flowers which will stand out and gleam in the border. Dark flowers will disappear in the gloom. * If you would like a lawn, make sure you choose a seed mix or turf which is suitable for shady areas. * Use texture to make the border more eye-catching. Incorporate different leaf shapes such as ferns,…

How To Grow Wistera

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Encouraging Bees in your garden

…Einstein. Bees also play a key role in our gardens, particularly in the vegetable plot, and in pollinating flowers which would be unable to produce seed without pollination. There are two main types of bee; the Bumblebee and the Honeybee. Populations of both have suffered huge declines in recent…

Facebook Question and Answer session 10th August 2012

…and the seeds have probably rotted off. I would suggest resowing using a proper seed sowing compost. Water the compost before sowing and cover the seed lightly with vermiculite. It might be worth investing in a heated propagator as this will provide warmer soil conditions. Hopefully the seed will…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 24th August 2012

…on most soils and provide good ground cover. Try a fairly vigorous variety such as Geranium 'Rozanne'. You will also find that Astilbe and Japanese anemones are fairly slug free. Look for plants with prickly or hairy foliage and stems such as Pulmonaria and Stachys which tend to be avoided as they…