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By Pancy

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Afternoon, well did not get any feed back for the identification of a tulip, so here goes another question.
I have space for a climber, it has to be fairly fast growing also a flower that will hold up in an arrangement.
Thanks again



Pancy, as you must be aware, not every question gets answered only those we know the answers to!

So, climber, what aspect is the space for this and just what size?

If you mean you want the flowers to 'hold up' in a flower arrangement you are seriously limiting any suggestions you are going to receive.

4 Apr, 2017


Some of the longer stalked clematis might do.
what about a perennial sweet pea. cant remember their proper name but they do well as cut flowers but sadly little or no scent. they come in a range of pinks and white but are herbaceous and die down in the autumn. once they get growing they soon romp away though.

4 Apr, 2017


Lathyrus latifolius everlasting pea is the plant I had in mind. it suddenly came to me.

4 Apr, 2017


Suttons latest catalogue has some new long stemmed clematis that it says are good for cutting.

4 Apr, 2017

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