Monthly Archives: June 2011

Viola Riviniana Purpurea

 The Viola Riviniana Purpurea above has been in the garden for some time now. Last week I highlighted Begonias, not for the faint hearted, today the contrast could not be greater. The Viola Riviniana Purpurea above has been in the garden for some time … Continue reading

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Begonia Firecracker

OK, so its not a hardy plant, but its not half a show off. Begonia Firecracker one of those tuberous upright Begonias which looks great in containers or for bedding out

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Wisteria Sinensis prolific

Wisteria Sinensis Prolific. This climber is fully hardy, however if you want it to flower in the North East of Scotland, Plant it in a sunny sheltered position. Pruning of Wisteria may in the past have made you a little … Continue reading

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Rodgersia Pinnata

Rodgersia Pinnata, likes positioned in a semi shaded position with soil that does not dry out. So many years ago when we first set up our small garden pond we messed about with marginal plants, not quite sure which ones … Continue reading

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