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O. europaea has a rugged, much-branched habit and slow growth, eventually 4.5-9m. Leaves are narrowly obovate or oval, to 7.5cm long, leathery, silvery beneath. Very small white flowers are borne in axillary racemes to 5cm long. Fruit rarely produced in Britain
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Pennard Plants demonstrates sustainability in the garden by promoting the growing of edible plants of all descriptions and the use of heritage and heirloom cultivars, and all its exhibits feature this theme
Pennard Plants demonstrate sustainability in the garden by promoting the growing of edible plants of all descriptions and the use of heritage and heirloom cultivars, and all their exhibits feature this theme
Pennard Plants demonstrates sustainability in the garden by promoting the growing of edible plants of all descriptions and the use of heritage and heirloom cultivars
Her colourful front garden design featured bright borders to lift the spirits, benches to relax and share a chat on, soothing water features, a bee-friendly perennial meadow, edible plants in pots and a stylish kitchen garden...Everything you need to know about this year's show , from plant trends and design ideas to star plants to buy , videos and podcasts
This peaceful and relaxing garden, planted with aromatic herbs, fruit trees and useful edible plants, has been inspired by traditional monastery gardens and their planting of medicinal and culinary herbs
Edible Wild Plants & Herbs by Pamela Michael (Grub Street 2007, ISBN 9781904943730...Plants for a Future ? information about plants with edible and medicinal properties
A much wider range of plants suited to planting under trees including other cultivars of those listed can be found at RHS Find a Plant...If pollinated, female plants produce purplish edible fruits
Pennard Plants are creating an edible-themed exhibit at Cardiff, highlighting unusual seasonal vegetables and encouraging visitors to take recipes home with them to try themselves
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