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georgia4321
Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Care for My Garden in the Colder Months?19 June 2018

Add some colourThe drab winter period is the perfect time to give your garden a colour makeover. Consider brightening up your outdoor space with some exuberant bedding plants such as polyanthus. Or, create a stunning feature by planting maroon pansies and silver-leafed cinerarias in stone pots, or near-black violas and grey dichondra in charcoal-coloured containers.Be creative and mix together different plant varieties, such as a dwarf conifers with cyclamen, pansies, primulas and trailing dichondra.Add interest by putting plants at different heights, such as pops of colour in tall planters and hanging baskets hung at eye-level.

carolbucknell
Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Top 10 Things to Do in the Garden in May20 April 2015

8. Tidy up container plantsMany summer flowering annuals will be past their best by now. These should be removed and replaced with winter flowering annuals such as pansies (Viola tricolor subsp. hortensis), Polyanthus and Primula. In warmer, frost-free areas, also try Alyssum, Lobelia, Calendula and marigold (Tagetes). Weed all pots thoroughly and either top up or completely refresh potting mix so plants can put on their best show to liven up your deck or balcony during winter.

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chestil
Irene added this to Gardening26 April 2019

Primrose הצמחים האלה שאוהבים Woodland וצל, אפשר לשתול במורד החלקה. Primula" comes from the Latin word “primus,” which means "first," aptly referring in this case to the early-spring blooming time. Primrose is a semievergreen perennial that comes in a wide variety of colors. Its short stature makes it appropriate for the front of a container. Botanical name: Primula vulgaris USDA zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone) Light requirement: Partial shade Water requirement: Medium moisture Size: 3 to 6 inches tall and 3 to 9 inches wide

jacksonbuddy2006
Nancy added this to jacksonbuddy2006's ideas22 April 2017

short perrenial use in front of container part shade ok in cool weather

ksteph23
ksteph23 added this to Jardin31 January 2016

la primevère pour le jardin d'hiver