What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 099

What's Growing At The Cottage No. 099
Dwarf Plumbago (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides) – don’t even try pronouncing the Latin name! Showy, versatile and durable groundcover for sun or ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 098

What's Growing At The Cottage No. 098
Impatiens. The classic old reliable annual for shade. They are native to tropical Africa where they are perennials but in ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 097

Cosmos are renowned for their profuse blooms and generous self-seeding habit of comic proportions - sorry, I couldn’t resist! They ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 096

Spicebush (Calycanthus occidentalis). This shrub is native to the mountains of central and northern California and is pollinated by beetles ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 095

Dwarf New Zealand tea tree or sometimes known as Manuka myrtle (Leptospermum scoparium). It’s an evergreen shrub which grows 2 ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 094

Weeds. And more weeds! We seem to have an endless supply. The weird thing is they've never been planted anywhere ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 093

Carpet Rose. If you’re interested in a shrub that’s low maintenance, disease resistant, drought tolerant and offers a rainbow of ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 092

Swan River Daisy (Brachycome iberidifolia). This charmer originates from Australia and does best when planted in the spring a few ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 091

The ever-popular Peace lily. When it comes to indoor plants, peace lilies are some of the easiest to care for ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 090

California golden violet or sometimes called wood violet. Another plant that’s not growing in our garden - although we have ...
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