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  1. Best flowering plants for balconies

    Best flowering plants for balconies
    Balcony gardens may be bijou, but make no mistake - they can also be a challenge. Getting plant choices correct on a balcony is much like furnishing a small space to make it seem larger than it is. Everything needs to be selected carefully. In the case of a balcony garden, the chosen plants not only need to look good...
  2. Using perennials to create a colourful display

    Using perennials to create a colourful display
    Creating a colourful display of perennials in a hanging basket or wine barrel is fun, creative, rewarding and a fab way to add a pop of perennial colour to even the tiniest of outdoor spaces.   Choosing your plants Planting one variety is the easiest and quickest way to create a colourful hanging basket or wine barrel. If you’re feeling...
  3. Trailing Plants

    Trailing Plants
    Trailing plants combine function with beauty. They cascade over an edge, spread across the ground or tumble from a pot or hanging basket, softening hard edges and adding colour and texture. Without the softening touch of a trailing plant, garden edges, paths, the sides of steps and many containers could look stark and bare. As well as softening the scene...
  4. Instant Colour with Flowering Annuals

    Instant Colour with Flowering Annuals
    Some flower in spring, some in summer, some in autumn and some in winter. By changing the varieties through the year you can add splashes of colour that will define the changing seasons.
  5. Balcony Gardens

    Balcony Gardens
    Plants will clean the air, humidify the atmosphere, screen ugly buildings, provide shade from the hot sun and give unending enjoyment to the gardener.

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