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I was also incredibly impressed by the extreme care that had clearly been taken to wrap the plant because it arrived in perfect condition. I’ve written to thank the nursery’s team, and got a lovely email back, but I thought AG readers might be interested in my experience too. Marion May, Church Stretton, Shropshire STA LETTER R Watch the birdie! Blooms to please OVER THE last couple of years my mum and I have been growing open-bloomed dahlias to attract bees to our garden. This year was no exception as all our dahlias have grown beautifully, so mum picked some of the ﬂowers for us to enjoy in a vase on the patio table.
Weather vane 19. Chinese lanterns 20. Bamboo accessories Sweet pea is ‘dream come true’ says BBC star through Mr Fothergill’s. Bred in New Zealand by the renowned Dr Keith Hammett, the sweet pea has maroon and mauve-violet ﬂowers. Blooms are large and wavy, borne on long stems (circled). Emilia described herself as a “passionate gardener”. She said: “I love watching sweet peas grow, and seeing my roses in bloom. ” Breeder Keith Hammett described the novelty as a larger, frilly, long-stemmed form of the original wild sweet pea that was ﬁrst grown in England in 1699.
Stone animal ornament 12. Deck chairs 13. Roman numeral clock 14. Sundial 15. Lamp posts 16. Love seat 17. Rose arch 18. Weather vane 19. Chinese lanterns 20. Bamboo accessories Sweet pea is ‘dream come true’ says BBC star through Mr Fothergill’s. Bred in New Zealand by the renowned Dr Keith Hammett, the sweet pea has maroon and mauve-violet ﬂowers. Blooms are large and wavy, borne on long stems (circled). Emilia described herself as a “passionate gardener”. She said: “I love watching sweet peas grow, and seeing my roses in bloom.
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