hardy plant

hardy plant

[¦här·dē ¦plant]
(botany)
A plant able to withstand low temperatures without artificial protection.
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This fantastic winter hardy plant has a compact habit of only 20-25cm, making it the perfect addition to the border, rockery or patio (when grown in pots as illustrated).
The Willamette Valley Hardy Plant Group will present Danger Garden blogger Loree Bohl.
It features interesting and unusual plants grown by Hardy Plant Society members in South Wales with specialist nurseries attending.
Ray Bailey talk, 20 Ways to Improve Your Garden, Hardy Plant Society Clwyd Group, 7.
Lavender is a tough, hardy plant and is drought resistant once established.
This hardy plant grows well on poor, acidic soils, is tough enough to push out most competitors, and is one of the few commercially grown crops that don't require chemicals in the field or in the processing plant.
If you are into your perennials, you won't go far wrong with a subscription to The Hardy Plant Society.
The unfavourable conditions have retarded tomato growth but, being a hardy plant, canners point out, if the sun appears the position will quickly improve.
Kevin Pratt gives a talk on Flower Hunting in Portugal to the Hardy Plant Society Clwyd Group, 7.
After discussing her thoughts with garden writer Noel Kingsbury, he put an advert in the Hardy Plant Society newsletter for volunteers who had typing skills and plant knowledge.
It's also a hardy plant, so it will thrive in containers even in the cold winter weather.
Ray Bailey gives a talk on Compost is Rubbish to The Hardy Plant Society Clwyd Group, 7.