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Annuals

BEGONIA REX

Rex begonia plants are cherished for their dramatic colorful and textured leaves. The striking foliage with different shapes stay nice all season long. Used in planters, flower boxes or planted in a border. Use a good potting soil that keeps the soil fresh and well drained.

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bette a carde

Leafy vegetable, member of the beet family, but only the stems and leaves are eaten. Mainly eaten cooked but the young leaves can be eaten raw in salads. Cooked, the Swiss Chard can replace spinach. Can be cultivated all season long: harvest the outside leaves; the smaller leaves from the middle will take over. Clayey, rich and well drained soils. The soil has to be moist all the time.

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bidens

With its golden yellow flowers and delicate foliage, Bidens is a vigorous and prolific flowerer plant, ideal for borders, large containers and hanging baskets. Generous and continuous flowering from spring to the first frosts. Depending on the variety, some are bushy while others produce long stems that cascade graciously from pots. Needs a well drained soil. Tolerates drought.

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bougainvillea

"A great addition for a colorful patio or deck in the backyard! The Bougainvillea often has cascading stems which end with colorful bracts to shield small white, inconspicuous flowers. It thrives in a good potting soil as long as it is well-drained and fertile. A healthy bougainvillea in a container will drink a lot of water during the warm times of the year. When you bring your plant indoors for the winter, the water requirement will be much less. DESCRIPTION: Small flowers surrounded by showy colorful bracts; available in red, hot pink, purple, yellow, gold, orange and white. Periodical flowering. SOIL: moderatly moist, well drained. USES: hanging baskets, container with trellis, bonsaï."

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caladium

"Shade and humidity lovers, Caladiums dazzle in shade gardens with their large, pointed arrow-shaped leaves splashed with shades of green, white, cream, pink and red. They thrive in a rich, fresh and well drained soil. Their foliage puts on a dazzling show all season in containers, patio planters, flower boxes and borders. In the fall, dig tubers before frost, allowing them to gradually dry off. Store in a frost-free location. They will be ready for the next season. "

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camomille allemande

A fast growing annual, German Chamomile produces a profusion of little flowers with apple like fragrance. Chamomile flowers may be used fresh or dried and are best when picked the day they open. Flowers can be picked for several months. Sweet as honey but discreetly bitter, chamomile tea improves digestion, calm the body and appeases inflammation. Lemon balm, lavender and german chamomile tea is relaxing.

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CANNa Alaska

Grey-green leaves with cream flowers with yellow-flushed throats. Well suited for borders, mass plantings and containers. Thrives in a moist and well-drained soil. In fall, remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May.

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CANNA AMBASSADOR

On top of the dark foliage emerge bright masses of vibrant red flowers that attract hummingbirds. Can be cultivated in borders in a fertile and moist soil or in large containers.Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May.

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canna baby girl pink

"This mid sized variety offers a nice green-bronze foliage and pink flowers during the summer. Can be cultivated in borders in a fertile and moist soil or in large containers. Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May. "

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CANNa chocolate sunrise

This dwarf Canna is a fast grower. Chocolate Sunrise produces blossoms the color of fresh egg yolks and green leaves tinged with chocolate brown and purple. Long flowering period, early in the season. Wonderful when planted next to Hemerocallis Stella de Oro`. Perfect for borders, mass plantings and containers. Thrives in a moist and well-drained soil. In fall, remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter.

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