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How to grow dierama / RHS Gardening

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Containerised plants are available to buy all year round, but are best planted in spring...Plants grown from seed may vary slightly from the parent plant if there are different cultivars growing nearby...Dieramas cross-pollinate easily, so many plants sold as Dierama pulcherimum are actually hybrids, although still very attractive plants
How to grow caryopteris / RHS Gardening

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Many also have our Plants for Pollinators award, as they provide a valuable late source of nectar for bees , butterflies and other insects...The resulting plants may differ slightly from the parent plant, although this may give you interesting results
How to grow helianthus / RHS Gardening

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Many sunflowers have the RHS Plants for Pollinators award, so look out for the logo on seed packets
Moths in your garden / RHS Gardening

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Lists of plants that can provide for a wide range of pollinators can be found at RHS Plants for Pollinators
How to grow perennial delphiniums / RHS Gardening

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Additionally, you need to look after these tiny plants carefully for several months before they are large enough to plant into their final position...Young and more mature delphinium plants are sold in containers ? 9cm (3½in) or larger ? ready for planting out
How to grow Erica / RHS Gardening

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The flowers are a rich source of nectar and pollen for bees and other pollinators, with winter-flowering cultivars being particularly valuable ? look out for the RHS Plants for Pollinators logo on plant labels...You can also use RHS Find a Plant to search for ericas with our Plants for Pollinators recommendation
A focus on wildlife friendly gardening / RHS Gardening

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Each group had to pick 70% of their plants from one of three Perfect for Pollinators lists and use them, alongside their own plants, to create the perfect planter
How to grow lupins / RHS Gardening

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Additionally, you need to look after these tiny plants carefully for several months before they are large enough to plant into their final position...Plants in containers need regular watering through the growing season, as the compost dries out quickly
How to grow skimmia / RHS Gardening

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Female plants need a male plant growing nearby to set berries...Small 'starter' plants in 9-12cm (3½-4in) pots are offered for sale for planting in winter containers and baskets in autumn...This problem is often mistaken for chlorosis, which is due to lack of iron (lime induced chlorosis) and a common problem when acid-loving (ericaceous) plants such as camellias and rhododendrons are planted in limy, alkaline soils
How to grow runner beans / RHS Gardening

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Plant in a sheltered site as this will encourage bees to visit and pollinate the plants

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