Perennials Through The Seasons

Author: John Markowski
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A photographic journey of 20 perennials that spans their emergence in spring, explosion in flower in spring and summer, the stunning foliage color in fall and ending beautifully covered in snow and ice in winter.

Gardening All In One For Dummies

Author: The National Gardening Association
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118053168
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Chapter 4:ABulb for All Seasons 'Monte Carlo': Fragrant, bright yellow flowers top
12-inch (30-cm) stems. 'Peach Blossom': Rosy-pink blossoms that ... per stem —
but what an interesting flower. You'll want to reach out and touch the crystal-like
petal fringes on these unique mid- to late-season beauties. ... They make an
interesting cut flower and offer striking, full blossoms well into the season, and
plants reach 16 to 20 inches (41 to 51 cm). With fragrance and long-lasting
reliability, the ...

Favourite Flowers How To Grow Them

Author: Alfred Gillett Sutton
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Water them over-head, once or twice, after • re-potting; but never allow heavy rain
to have access to the place they are in. At this stage of their growth be careful to
ascertain that the plants are dry before watering. More plants die at this season
from inattention in this respect than from any other cause. Watch for green-fly ; it
will attack the young growth if not checked. Cuttings may be put in to strike, and
those that are rooted should be potted off into small sixties, and placed in a close
 ...

Favourite Flowers How To Grow Them Etc

Author: Alfred Gillett SUTTON
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Water them over-head, once or twice, after re-potting; but never allow heavy rain
to have access to the place they are in. At this stage of their growth be careful to
ascertain that the plants are dry before watering. More plants die at this season
from inattention in this respect than from any other cause. Watch for green-fly; it
will attack the young growth if not checked. Cuttings may be put in to strike, and
those that are rooted should be potted off into small sixties, and placed in aclose
house ...

Perennial All Stars

Author: Jeff Cox
Publisher: Rodale
ISBN: 9780875968896
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DWARF CHINESE ASTILBE ( Astilbe chinensfs var.pumila IT WAS ON MY FIRST
WALK with renowned perennial plantsman Fred McGourty, in his Connecticut
garden one August, that he pointed out a striking, spiky-looking, raspberry ...
These plants bloom late in the season, with flowers that resemble those of dwarf
Chinese astilbe and, like their parent, they tend to be more drought tolerant than
the more widely grown summer-flowering hybrid astilbes (A. x arendsii cultivars). '
Finale' ...

Magazine Of Botany And Register Of Flowering Plants

Author: Joseph Paxton
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attention when in flower last season, and of which Dr. Lindley justly observes,
that “this plant is the most perfect instance of successful cultivation he has ever
yet witnessed among epiphytes," has now perfected three fine spikes for flower,
and we should think the flowers will expand in about a week; it will doubtless be
a most magnificent object when in flower. Verbena pulchella alba. This is a
beautiful variety of V. pulchella, with white flowers, and is admirably adapted for
planting out ...

Paxton S Magazine Of Botany And Register Of Flowering Plants

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attention when in flower last season, and of which Dr. Lindley justly observes,
that “this plant is the most perfect instance of successful cultivation he has ever
yet witnessed among epiphytes," has now perfected three fine spikes for flower,
and we should think the flowers will expand in about a week; it will doubtless be
a most magnificent object when in flower. Verbena pulchella alba. This is a
beautiful variety of V. pulchella, with white flowers, and is admirably adapted for
planting out ...

Paxton S Magazine Of Botany And Register Of Flowering Plants

Author: Sir Joseph Paxton
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attention when in flower last season, and of which Dr. Lindley justly observes,
that " this plant is the most perfect instance of successful cultivation he has ever
yet witnessed among epiphytes," has now perfected three fine spikes for flower,
and we should think the flowers will expand in about a week ; it will doubtless be
a most magnificent object when in flower. Verbena pulchella alba. This is a
beautiful variety of V. pulchella, with white flowers, and is admirably adapted for
planting out ...

Garden Life

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It flowers pro- iusely and continuously." WELL-PLANNED BORDERS. "You carry
out the plan of having broad patches of colour in the borders? " " Yes ; the aim is
to present a mass of one shade, but with no violent contrasts, lima the blues tone
into pinks, and these into yellows, and so on. We contrive to have these borders
at their best in July, but they axe attractive throughout their season." Attractive
they certainly were, and as we walked along new Deamies constantly revealed ...

The Gardeners Chronicle And Agricultural Gazette

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Both *rieties are striking objects in the flower border, and from their bold
conspicuous character, free blooming qualities, and # hardiness, together with
their adaptability for bouquets, K. B. confidently predicts that they will become
universal favourites. t A beautifully-coloured group of the ... GH LOW AND CO.
have to offer the undernamed articles, the quality of which they believe to be *
Trpassed:ERICA WILMOREA, in 32-pots, plants 18 to 20 inches in height, with 12
flowering shoots.