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RHS blog: September plant of the month - a blue monk / RHS Gardening

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A variety of asters in pinks, blues and white will be found at Rosemoor Plant Centre including Aster × frikartii 'Mönch' (while stocks last), so there should be at least one of these lovely plants suitable for your garden...Find other plants that attract pollinating insects to your garden
Plant health publications / RHS Gardening

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Enhancing gardens as habitats for flower-visiting aerial insects (pollinators): should we plant native or exotic species...Host plants of a leaf-mining sawfly, Parna apicalis (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) in Britain
RHS blog: September plant of the month - New England aster / RHS Gardening

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On a sunny day these plants become a magnet for pollinating insects, making them a fascinating spectacle...Planted in front of the New England asters, other perennials such as purple loosestrife ( Lythrum salicaria ), Japanese anemones (for example Anemone × hybrida 'Whirlwind' ), Phlox paniculata and Thalictrum delavayi make ideal planting partners
Chelsea Plant of the Year winner at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 / RHS Gardening

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The self-pollinating plant reaches only 1.5m and produces berries from June to September on plants that are only one year old - most mulberry plants take around eight years to mature
Wisley February plant of the month blog / RHS Gardening

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Many winter-flowering plants are sweetly scented to attract those few pollinating insects that are around at this time
RHS Garden Wisley blog: February's Plant of the month / RHS Gardening

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Many winter-flowering plants are sweetly scented to attract those few pollinating insects that are around at this time
RHS Garden Wisley plant of the month blog: October / RHS Gardening

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Keep track of your plants with reminders & care tips ? all to help you grow successfully...It?s in pollination group 3 (meaning they will crop better if planted in proximity to other apples that flower at the same or similar time...We aim to enrich everyone?s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place
Front gardens: planting / RHS Gardening

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See RHS Plants for Pollinators for more ideas
Shade planting: shrubs / RHS Gardening

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A much wider range of plants including other cultivars of those listed, can be found at RHS Find a Plant...For other plants, see our advice page on shade-loving annuals, bulbs and perennials (includes grasses and ferns), climbers and wall shrubs for shade and planting under trees...
RHS Chelsea Plant of the Year 2019 / RHS Gardening

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Plants are robust and drought resistance and blooms are attractive to insect pollinators

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