aubrietia


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aubrietia

, aubrieta, aubretia
any trailing purple-flowered plant of the genus Aubrieta, native to European mountains but widely planted in rock gardens: family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
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The assessor will of course catch up with her before too long, but having bad a couple of weeks to freshen up, Aubrietia should still be difficult to beat off her new mark.
TRIM back straggly aubrietia growing on walls and rockeries.
During this month you can also sow a lot of seeds such as aubrietia, stocks, forget-me-nots, foxgloves, hollyhocks, lupins, polyanthus, primulas and pansies.
PERENNIALS: Pansies, Aubrietia, Delphiniums and Lupins.
As |part of the Examiner Pride in Huddersfield campaign, pupils planted aubrietia, mesembryanthemums, pansies and miniature conifers in tubs provided by the Denby Educational Foundation, an ancient charity established to help poor children in the village.
Morris chooses Burnhope Luke Morris rides Burnhope, who he steered to victory at Kempton last time, rather than his other previous winner Aubrietia.
Some fine-seeded types such as campanula and aubrietia, or more expensive types of delphinium, are best sown in trays to give them the best chance of high germination.
Q My aubrietia has spread leaving the centre bare and only flowers on the outside.
5Cut back early flowering alpines such as Aubrietia.
DEAD EASY-TRIM winter-flowering heathers and spring-flowering aubrietia with hand shears to remove spent flowers and straggly foliage.
On Thursday I used one of my accounts to put a bet on Aubrietia at Southwell for my wife.
AUBRIETIA has been in tremendous form since the turn of the year and looks bound to go well again in the Poker At coral.