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'When To Plant Ranunculus'

What to do in the garden in March

…and Ranunculus into beds, borders and containers. * • Plant out any forced flower bulbs in the garden, such as hyacinths and daffodils which have finished flowering indoors. * • Plant snowdrops in the green to brighten up your winter garden next year. * • Now is an ideal time to plant

Top 10 tips to prepare your garden for spring

…Lilies, Gladiolus and Ranunculus can be planted in early spring for a colourful summer display. Browse our catalogue or website for inspirational new varieties of seeds and bulbs to plant and grow this year. For more information on planting bulbs take a look at our How to plant bulbs article. 2.…

How to plant and grow bulbs, corms and tubers

…be planted in containers or borders, and look particularly effective when naturalised in grass. There are bulbs, corms and tubers to suit all sites and soils. So if you are wondering how deep to plant daffodil bulbs, how to plant up begonia tubers or when to plant tulips, take a look at our planting

Plants for Sunny and Dry Borders | Plants for a Purpose

…below at our top plant varieties for a sunny border! Coping with sunny and dry borders Plants in hot, sunny borders will have a much higher water demand than those in shady borders, so it is important to pay special attention to these areas when watering. Young plants and newly planted borders will…

What to do in the garden in April

…flowering. * • You can start to move evergreen shrubs and trees now provided the soil isn't frozen or waterlogged. * • Plant summer-flowering bulbs such as Lilies, Gladiolus and Ranunculus into beds, borders and containers. * • Continue to plant herbaceous perennials. * • Forced…

Understanding Latin Names

…basic botanical unit in which all plants with similar properties are gathered. Familiar examples are Primula (the primroses), Dianthus (the pinks). Ranunculus (the buttercup) and Clematis. (Incidentally when Latin names are given in print the convention is to set them in italic.) There is no short…