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'Pulmonaria Seeds'

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,…

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 21st March 2014

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Plants for Wildlife | Plants for a Purpose

…and by putting out extra food throughout the harsh winter months. You can also grow a wide range of plants for birds, which produce berries, seeds or nuts at the end of the season. Plants can also be used to provide shelter or nesting sites for birds, protecting them from cats and other predators.…

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

…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 are not particularly palatable to molluscs. Strongly aromatic plants such as Lavender are also avoided.…