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Viola 'Miracle pink'

Added on 14 Apr, 2010 | 1 photo

Genus: Viola.
Species: Viola 'Miracle pink'.

at 50p a pot [Reighton again] I couldnt resist. these will go in to shady beds and I'll let them mingle wit...

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Viola 'Rebecca'

Added on 20 Apr, 2010 | 3 photos

Genus: Viola.
Species: Viola 'Rebecca'.

I have a very soft spot for this pretty little flower. I lost 'her' a few years ago and was delighted ...

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Viola odorate 'Miracle Bride White'

Added on 4 Mar, 2013 | 1 photo

Genus: Viola.
Species: Viola odorate 'Miracle Bride White'.

scented but not very strongly. Loved the mauve keel to this otherwise white flower. Intend to plant them around ...

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Weigela

Added on 16 May, 2009 | 2 photos

Genus: Weigela.
Species: Weigela.

this was in the garden when we moved in. i like the delicate pink of this one. it is in the shed border next to ...

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Weigela middendorfiana

Added on 21 May, 2013 | 1 photo

Genus: Weigela.
Species: Weigela middendorfiana.

Bought on an impulse as I loved the colour and form. Dec 2012. Coming into flower May 2013.

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Wisteria sinensis (Chinese wisteria)

Added on 26 Oct, 2009 | 1 photo

Genus: Wisteria.
Species: Wisteria sinensis.

given a layered cutting off a flowering plant. never flowered. thought it had died in 2006 but re-emerged 2009.

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Woodwardia fimbriata

Added on 23 Jul, 2009 | 1 photo

Species: Woodwardia fimbriata.

a hardy evergreen fern with an ultimate size of 5-6ft by 3-4ft wide. back of Shed border to the side of V.tinus....

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Zaluzianskya

Added on 11 Apr, 2009 | 3 photos

Species: Zaluzianskya ovata.

known as night phlox. it opens in the evening and the scent is heavenly. reminds me of the smell of lemon sherbe...

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Zauschneria

Added on 11 Jul, 2010 | 1 photo

Genus: Zauschneria.
Species: Zauschneria californica.

Bought for its beautiful orange tubular flowers. classed as a subshrub, so it will be interesting to see if it s...