Garden flowers from seed
This unique book is a dialogue between to extraordinarily knowledgeable and opinionated plantsmen who offer valuable advice on which seed-raised flowers to grow, how to germinate and tend to them, and how to use them in the garden. The discussion is informative, urbane, and entertaining.
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Introduction by Christopher Lloyd
Sowing in Cold Frames
List of Seed Suppliers 25 5
3-in pots antirrhinums autumn bedding plants begonias biennial blue bracts bushy catalogues Christopher cold frame cold glass Compositae cut flowers dahlias daisies dark deep Dixter double dwarf easy to raise F1 hybrid favourite foliage foxgloves fresh seed ft tall garden gazanias geraniums germination Gertrude Jekyll green grit grown half-hardy half-hardy annual hardy annual heat hostas Innes seed compost John Innes seed late leaves Liliaceae Lobelia look lupins marigolds mauve mixed border mixture orange over-winter pale Papaveraceae peat peat-based compost perennial petals poppy pretty prick propagator purple raised from seed Ranunculaceae roots rosette Salvia Salvia patens scarlet scent Scrophulariaceae season seed companies seed strains seed-pots seed-raised seedlings self-sow separate colours shades Silver soil sown species spikes spot spring sowing stems sunny temperature there's treated tuberous tulips usually varieties vermiculite wallflowers well-drained white flowers wild winter worth growing zinnias