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Flowers and Ornamental Plants

Flowers and ornamental plants add colour and form to the garden.  They will brighten up any space, can detract some pests and attract bees.  Planting many flowers of the same variety and colour together creates a stunning display.

The winter garden does not have to be bleak.  When designing your garden it is important to have plants that flower at different times of the year.

Plants can be propagated from seed, cuttings or dividing clumps. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to have a beautiful garden.

Guide to Growing Sweet Peas

Propagating Seaside Daisy

Taking Carnation Cuttings

Propagating Tahitian Bridal Veil

Saving Crepe Myrtle Seeds

Saving Gerbera Seeds

Dividing Society Garlic Plants

Taking Oleander Cuttings

Propagating Dianthus by Dividing

Transplanting Calla Lilies in the Garden

Growing Carnations in Pots

Growing Petunias in Hanging Pots

Collecting and Storing Lavender Seeds

Propagating Scabiosa (Pincushion Flower)

Growing Lavender from Seed

How to Prune Nandina Domestica

Pruning Oleander Bushes

Growing Pansies in Pots

Pruning a Crepe Myrtle

Transplanting Canna Lily Bulbs

Pruning Shrubs and Bushes

How to Transplant Bamboo

Growing Geraniums from Cuttings

Calendulas