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bedding plants

Annual and subtropical plants used for seasonal effects in landscaping.
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And, of course, bedding plants bring flowers to a garden - lots and lots.
Budget-end boxes of seed-raised bedding plants are likely to be grouped together, while more premium-end products are likely to be sold singly in pots and may be located near hanging baskets or containers, where customers buy a selection of individual plants.
Carl said: "We stick to geraniums and marigolds as other bedding plants, such as begonias, have been eaten in the past by our peacocks.
Unfortunately, the supermarket is usually not the ideal place to sell bedding plants. Most sales will be impulse buys, and the merchandise has to look good.
VARIED SELECTION: Wares on display in the Ty Nant Farm Shop, above, and take your pick of some of the finest bedding plants available
Gibson (quality control manager for a substrate manufacturing company and nutrient testing facility in Anderson, South Carolina) and fellow plant scientists present information for diagnosing nutrient deficiencies in popular annual bedding plants. Step-by-step protocols are given for establishing a substrate testing and corrective program.
Treat yourself to some summer bedding plants but keep them sheltered until no more frosts are forecast.
And his views on spending money for the sake of the gospel were precisely his views on buying bedding plants.
Or you can enjoy the show at Filoli next spring (garden superintendent Lucy Tolmach, who designed the plantings on these pages, plants bulbs and bedding plants in successive groupings from October through mid-November).
Order our collection of 132 bedding plants for half-price, only PS23.98 (RRP PS47.96).
"Seventeen sites were identified in and around the village for planters to be filled with bedding plants and bulbs for a springtime explosion of colour."