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Over my past couple of blogs I have listed some of Gardening Direct’s garden plants that will encourage bees to enter your garden. Gardening Direct first appeared on the scene in 1996 and has rapidly become one of the most popular suppliers of plants online. Despite all my moaning about this plant doing nothing since I planted it, I am pleased to say that it is finally producing some beautiful flowers and should continue the show until October. I think what has thrown me with this plug plant is that it has done very little since I received it whereas all my other garden plants have completely exceeded my expectations with the amount of growth and flowers produced they have all. Having done some research on the internet about the Sundaville it would appear that I will need to bring it in over the winter months to keep it alive for next year. I have just come across this page as I have been wondering what to do, should I keep them out or should I take them in.
I have bought my Sundaville indoors for the winter, but have noticed they are dropping all their leaves.
I’d been away for the weekend and guess what the first thing I did after walking through the front door on my return was? Obviously the first thing  was to check that my babies were ok (Thomas and Zoe of course!) but after cuddles with my children I then had to check that my other babies were also ok! The hundreds of green leaved babies that are sitting in my growhouse are doing really well and seem to have grown loads over the three days I was away. I had another familiar package of plug plants waiting for me on my return from my weekend away, Chocolate Cosmos this time. When in flower these are supposed to have a vanilla and hot chocolate scent and I cannot wait to find out what this is like. Gardening Direct have launched a Sunpatiens that sounds ideal for most gardens, including mine. The Sunpatiens Sunsplash White is a giant plant with large, saucer-shaped flowers three times larger than normal.
The flowers are produced through temperature which makes this plant ideal for full sun, semi shade or shade.


My garden has one spot that despite my yearly efforts I can never get anything to flourish.
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Not sure how we are going to do this with no conservatory to lock it away from the kids in.


I cannot believe that these plants have become such an extension to my family and I still cannot believe how easy they have been to grow (I even left my husband in charge of them for the weekend). I am going to set aside the bank holiday weekend for planting them all into their final resting places of borders, pots, window boxes and hanging baskets. It even keeps its unusual variegation in shade – making it ideal for that dull corner in a garden.
I have instead covered it over with some ‘pretty’ stones.  However, I am thinking that this buzy lizzy will be perfect for this gap.
My daughter has watched me dead head many of the plants and unfortunately copies me but is pulling off the new flowers instead of the old. The sunflowers are desperate to get out into the garden, but unfortunately the vegetable seeds that I planted are not doing quite so well. Two dropped all their leaves (are they dead or dormant?) one remains moribund and two started growing rather rapidly.
They were purchased (not from Gardening Direct I hasten to add) a couple of years ago so I am not that surprised.
The growth is surprising bearing in mind they are in an unheated conservatory with the temperature today at 0 centigrade.
I am not sure how to proceed but will show consideration to the two active ones by bringing them in to a warmer environment.




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