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How to grow Japanese anemones / RHS Gardening


You can also search by height, flower colour, growing position, RHS Award of Garden Merit , Plants for Pollinators , and more, to help narrow down your choices...The resulting plants will be exactly the same as the parent plant
Potting talks timetable at the RHS Flower Show Cardiff 2016 / RHS Gardening


Keep track of your plants with reminders & care tips ? all to help you grow successfully...Tips and advice from leading nurseries on how to keep your plants happy and healthy...We aim to enrich everyone?s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place
F 1 hybrids / RHS Gardening


When a group of selected plants are grown together and allowed to freely pollinate each other, the seed is said to be open-pollinated...Open-pollinated seeds are the only option for plants that cannot be easily inbred ? lettuces, peas and runner beans for example
How to grow dahlias / RHS Gardening


Single flowers are best for pollinators ? see our list of dahlias with an RHS Plants for Pollinators award...Gradually acclimatise the plants to outdoor conditions by hardening off , then plant into their flowering positions ? see Planting , above
Rain gardens / RHS Gardening


Use plants that attract pollinators and have seasonal interest...Plant in drifts e.g. 7 plants per square metre
How to grow aquilegias / RHS Gardening


If you want a lot of plants to mass plant like bedding, grow from seed the previous year and plant out in spring...You can plant container grown plants at any time of year, but spring is the best time for them to establish well in most regions...Early spring-sown or summer-sown plants are ready to plant out in autumn for flowering the next year, but it may take two years to flowering
Wildlife in gardens / RHS Gardening


When choosing plants, look for those which hold the RHS Plants for Pollinator logo and avoid lots of double-flowered forms which don't have easily accessible pollen or nectar...Plant a wide range of plants too, with a mix of native and non-native, evergreen and deciduous...Allow plants to go to seed and leave dead plant stems in the border for overwintering insects
How to grow sempervivum / RHS Gardening


Plants growing in the ground are unlikely to need fertiliser...If you have a species sempervivium which will come true from seed if not cross pollinated or if you want to experiment, you can grow plants from seed
About the RHS ? the UK's leading gardening charity / RHS Gardening


The inclusion of the RHS Perfect for Pollinators campaign in the strategy, and the report?s focus on the need to advise and encourage the public to plant a range of flowers and plants, underlines the crucial role that gardens, gardeners and the RHS is playing in supporting pollinators
Courgette, marrow, pumpkin and squash problems / RHS Gardening


Environmental factors and unsuitable growing conditions can be the reason why plants fail to set despite the plant producing both male and female flowers...The problem is more likely when plants are grown from saved seeds, where inadvertent cross-pollination may have occurred...SB Plant Invigorator, Growing Success Fungus Stop, RHS Bug and Mildew Control, Ecofective Bug & Mildew Control and the Ecofective ?Defender? range contain a blend of surfactants and nutrients and can be used on any edible or...

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