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<p>Pinks or Carnations are very suitable for 'the garden on the south'. Carnations require a sunny spot in the garden, they look great in borders and are easy to combine. Carnations also do well in rock gardens. Most Carnations are also wonderfully scented and are used as cut flowers.</p> <p>Maiden Pink is nice to combine with Alysium.</p>
<p>Lobularia or Sweet Alison is a low creeping plant that is excellent as a ground cover for borders. Alyssum likes sun, needs little water and does very well even in poor soil or in the rock garden. Alyssum is available in different colors.</p> <p>Alyssum produces abundant flowers with honeyed scents and attracts butterflies. Ideal for brightening up walls, roadsides and rocks. Alyssum continues to bloom into autumn.</p> <p>Alyssum is beautiful to combine with Aubrieta, Campanula muralis and Forget-me-nots.</p>
<p>Meadow sage is a hardy herbaceous perennial native to parts of Central Europe and Western Asia. A beautiful strong plant for flower borders. Salvia has a fairly long flowering time, from late spring to fall. After timely pruning back the dead stems, a second bloom will follow.</p> <p>Salvia nemorosa is also called Meadow sage, is found in wooded areas, but also thrives on roadsides or open fields. The flowers of the Salvia are very attractive to bees and butterflies.</p> <p>Meadow sage can be combined well with; Pigeon Herb (Scabious), Vervain (Verbena), Yellow Coneflower (Rudbeckia), Tickseed (Coreopsis) and the annual papaver (Eschscholzia californica).</p>
<p>Lunaria annua, Honesty or Satin Flower is a decorative biennial plant. Bees and butterflies love the violet and white Honesty flowers.</p> <p>After flowering, elegant seed pods form, which are often used in dry bouquets. Let the Honesty seed pods dry upside down on a dry place.</p> <p>Honesty combines well with; Persicaria, Daisies (Chrysanthemum), Papaver or Aubrieta.</p>
<p>Clarkia unguiculata is a fast-growing annual plant. Clarkia can grow up to 1 meter and has long upright flowering stems. The flowers appear in the axils of the leaves along the entire length of the stem.</p> <p>Clarkia have long stems and are therefore perfect to use as cut flowers.</p> <p>Clarkia unguiculata combines nicely with,  Godetias, Cosmos, Impatiens, Nicotianas, Poppy and Salvias.</p>
<p>Hollyhocks are annual or biennial plants and can grow between 1 to 3 meters high. Hollyhocks like a sunny and sheltered spot, against a wall or fence. Hollyhocks like nutritious soil and bloom from July to September. Hollyhocks are available in different colors, single and double flowered.</p> <p>Plant combinations of the hollyhock; Mallow, Snapdragon, Cosmos and Dahlias.</p>
<p>Alpenaster is unique because of its early flowering time in spring, from May to June. These blue flowers with a yellow center are visited by butterflies and bees.</p> <p>The Alpenaster originates from the mountains and is therefore very suitable for rock gardens and as a joint filler in the stone wall or between stones. Alpenaster requires a sunny spot with average to poor, well-drained soil.</p> <p>Alpenaster is easy to combine; Alyssum, Wild creeping thyme, Maiden Pink and other rock garden plants.</p>
<p>Jacobaea maritima is a biennial plant with beautiful silvery leaves. Not so long ago, the botanical name of Jacobaea maritima was Senecio cineraria. The Jacobaea has been given the Dutch name Askruid because it looks like there is a layer of ash over the plant.</p> <p>In July and August the Askruid will bloom, the yellow flowers are not that spectacular. The real ornamental value of Jacobaea is the striking deeply incised felt-like leaf. Jacobaea maritima is a beautiful plant for the rock garden.</p> <p>Askruid combines very nicely with other brightly colored flowers such as; Vervain, Cosmos, Helichrysum and Salvia</p>
<p>Synonyms: Cheiranthus cheiri, Erysimum suffruticosum</p> <p>The wallflowers like a sheltered and sunny spot in the garden. Wallflowers are therefore frequently sown at the base of a sunny wall.</p> <p>Wallflower is a biennial plant that starts to flower the 2nd year. Wallflowers smell wonderful and are also loved by butterflies, bees and bumblebees. Wallflowers are excellent as cut flowers, they keep for a long time in a vase.</p> <p></p> <p>Erysimum wallflower combines well with; Eschscholzia, Salvia, Lavatera, Lavendel and Malva</p>
<p>Foxglove (Digitalis) is a biennial plant, the first year the Foxglove produces only leaves, the following year the foxglove will flower. Foxglove's long stems bear numerous small flowers that are frequented by bees and bumblebees.</p> <p>You can sow Foxglove seeds in full sun or shade. Foxglove must be well supported during growth (in full sun). In the shade, the foxglove plants remain a bit more compact.</p> <p>Foxglove combines well with; Angelica, Rosemary, Salvia, Yarrow, Blue rocket and Campanula.</p>
<p>Gaura lindheimeri also called Indian feather or Lindheimer's beeblossom is a beautiful flowering perennial. The Gaura has white to light pink flowers that resemble small butterflies.</p> <p>The flowers of Gaura lindheimeri bloom in late summer from July to October. The Gaura is very suitable for borders and likes a sunny spot, but light shade is also well tolerated.</p> <p>Gaura combines well with; Lavender, Verbena, Clarkia, Echinacea and Scabiosa</p>
<p>Aubrieta is a creeping, evergreen, perennial plant, ideal as a ground cover. Aubrieta plants are very popular in rock gardens. They form very compact carpets with blue, pink, purple or white flowers.</p> <p>The flowers of the Aubrieta bloom in such large quantities from April to July that the leaves are barely visible. It looks stunning to grow aubrieta over a wall or along paths. Aubrietas need a place in full sun.</p> <p>Aubrieta combines well with; Sweet Woodruff, Forget-Me-Nots, Dianthus and other rock plants.</p>
<p>Nigella or also called Juffertje in het Groen are easy to sow summer flowers. Very suitable for medium-high borders and can also be used as a cut or dried flower.</p> <p>Nigella can be combined well with Cornflowers, Poppies, Baby's-breath and Scabiosa.  </p>
<p>Lychnis chalcedonica or Burning Love is a perennial plant with intense red flowers. It is a popular border plant and is also used as a cut flower. The plant is easy to grow from seed.</p> <p>Burning Love combines well with Cornflower, Ooievaarsbek, Coreopsis and Verbena.</p>
<p>You can sow cacti yourself. It seems difficult, but with the right potting soil (cactus soil) and with the right temperature and patience, it is doable. What could be more fun to grow cacti yourself! Because you can sow Cactus seeds all year round, it is useful to use a heated propagator.</p>
<p>Campanula is Latin for little bell. Bellflowers gives atmosphere and color to the garden in the summer months from June to August.</p> <p>Campanula can be combined with Veronica, Echinacea, Laventera, Phlox, and Digitalis,</p>
<p>Asters come in all kinds of colors and are bees and butterfly plants. Asters are the most rewarding summer flowers, they continue to bloom from early summer to late fall.</p> <p>Summer asters combine nicely with Agastache, Echinacea and Salvia</p>
<p>Datura is also called Downy Thorn Apple or Horn of Plenty. The striking trumpet-like flowers stand out nicely above the plant. The flowers of the Datura are wonderfully fragrant. Datura is a beautiful plant, but also very poisonous. The plants are not hardy and have to go inside before the first night frost.</p>
<p>Although Scabious is a meadow flower, scabious also looks great in manicured borders, picking gardens or rock gardens. Scabious flowers come in a wide variety of colors, from white through blue to dark burgundy. The nectar-rich flowers of the Scabious are very attractive to pollinators and the seeds are good for birds.</p> <p>Scabious can be combined well with Malva, Campanulla, Digitalis, Echinacea or Salvia</p>
<p>Wisteria is one of the fastest growing creepers and will have covered a pergola within a few years. The most common color is blue, but there are also Wisterias in the colors white, pink, lilac and purple. They all smell equally good.</p> <p>The seeds from the pods of the Wisteria are very poisonous!</p>
<p>Schizanthus is a native plant from Chile and can withstand temperature differences. They tolerate heat and can even tolerate cold down to -7 degrees. Schizanthus is a compact plant with fern-like leaves and clusters of flowers that resemble orchids.</p> <p>It blooms for a long time, from early spring until well into summer. When the Schizanthus has finished flowering, you must prune it back so that it starts to sprout and bloom again.</p> <p>The Farmer's Orchids are fun to combine with different types of Petunias.</p>
<p>Bolderik is a plant that used to be common in the Netherlands. Many fields turned pink because of these flowers. The Bolderik is now on the Red List of protected plant species.</p> <p>Bolderik combines well with Cornflower (Centaurea), Cosmos (Cosmea), Goose Flower (Chrysantemum), Wallflower (Cheiranthus) or Marigold (Calendula).</p>
<p>Agastache is also known by the names Giant Hyssop, Mexican Hyssop. The Agastache smells wonderfully of anise when you rub it or bruise the leaves. The Agastache plant attracts bees, bumblebees and butterflies in large numbers.</p> <p>Agastache combines well with coneflower (Echinacea), cornflower (Centaurea) and vervain (Verbena).</p>
<p>The annual Cerinthe has dark violet tubular flowers surrounded by striking gray-blue bracts. Other name for the Cerinthe is Honeywort.</p> <p>Place the Cerinthe in a sunny spot and give little fertilizer. The plant remains more compact when the soil is not too nutritious. The Cerinthe does well as a cut flower.</p> <p>The Cerinthe can be combined well with Nicotiana plant, Nigella or Salpiglossis</p>
<p>Soapwort is a ground cover that flowers profusely and does not require much maintenance. The bright pink flowers grow in thick clusters and form a carpet of flowers. Soapwort is very suitable for rock gardens and also grows beautifully over walls.</p>
<p>The very impressive sky blue flowers of the Meconopsis hang in nodding clusters from long stems. The Blue Poppy is a beautiful perennial that requires nutritious and humus-rich soil and a place in the shade. The soil must remain moist in the summer months and dry in the winter.</p>
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<p>Sweet William is a nice plant for a cottage garden, but also does well in pots. The flattened small flower heads bloom compactly together and form dense screens. If you prune the sweetheart completely back after flowering, it will flower again.</p> <p>Dianthus combines nicely with, among others such as,  Saponaria, Cheiranthus), Poppies, Coreopsis, Gaillardia and Malva.</p>
<p>Black-Eyed-Susan are striking flowers with a beautiful black heart. In the Netherlands, Thunbergia is considered an annual climbing plant, because it cannot withstand frost. Thunbergia is actually a perennial (house) plant.</p> <p>Thunbergia plants must be supported. You can also use them as a hanging plant. Thunbergia can be used in the garden, in flower pots or as a houseplant.</p>
<p>The Everlastingflowers are beautiful wild flowers from Australia. Everlastingflowers give a nice meadow effect with flowers that vary from pure white to deep pink, with contrasting bright yellow hearts. Everlastingflower is also known by the names: Rhodanthe, Helipterum. Acroclinium, Waitzia and Paper Flower, Everlasting Daisy</p> <p>Everlastingflower seeds are best sown on sandy soil in the sun to partial shade.</p>
<p>The blue passion flower, also called Passiflora caeruluea, has beautiful exotic flowers. Passiflora is a climber and can grow up to 10 meters.</p> <p>Passiflora likes warmth and in good weather circumstances, it produces 6 cm long ovoid fruits that are edible.</p>
<p>The Petunia is a long-flowering and colorful annual summer bloomer that creates a beautiful sea of flowers in the garden. Characteristic of the petunias are ther trumpet-shaped flowers.</p> <p>The petunia does well in hanging baskets, wall bags, planters, but also looks great among other plants in the border!</p>
<p>Ornamental or flowering tobacco is a type of tobacco that is mainly grown as an ornamental plant. Ornamental tobacco is a beautiful eye-catcher for the border, but they also look great on a terrace. The plant blooms with trumpet-shaped flowers from summer to fall and grows best in the sun in well-drained, nutrient-rich soil.</p> <p>Ornamental tobacco can be combined with other plants such as: Agerathum, Delphinium, Cleome, or Salvia</p>
<p>Echinops blooms with round flowers in the period July-September. The leaves are gray-green. The location of Echinops should be sunny, permeable and dry. The name Echinops comes from the Greek (echinos) and means 'Hedgehog'.</p> <p>Echinops ball thistle combines beautifully with Lychnis, Liatris spicata, Rudbeckia, Sedum, Portulaca or Echinacea.</p>
<p>Gaillardia grow under harsh and dry conditions and form small pollen. The plant blooms for a long time and with many flowers. The flowers are single or bi-colored, which vary from yellow to red and brown. The Gaillardia is indispensable in the insect-friendly garden. Trim some flowers regularly to encourage growth. The cut flowers look beautiful in a vase.</p> <p>Gaillardia combines well with Calendula, Cosmos, Helenium, Tropaeolum, Coreopsis, Achillea</p>
<p>Cup and Saucer is a hard-growing climber but only blooms in late summer until well into autumn. This climbing plant has large bell-shaped flowers. Cup and Saucer grows best in nutritious soil and needs a lot of water.</p> <p>In our climate, the Cup and Saucer is often kept as an annual plant. The plant cannot tolerate frost and can overwinter as a container plant above 10 ° C.</p>
<p class="MsoNormal">Kniphofia's are fantastic perennials for a flower border, they shoot like arrows from the ground. Kniphofia blooms with numerous tubular flowers in dense spikes. After removing the dead flowers, Kniphofia will form new flowers. Kniphofia likes to be in a sunny spot.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Kniphofia are nice to combine with Pennisetum, Nepeta and Rudbeckia, among others.</p>
<p>Flax has upright stems that are only branched at the top. Flax flowers are indispensable in a rock garden. Bees flock to a meadow full of blossoming flax. Very nice to see. They are easy flowers that require little care. Flax especially likes the sun. Furthermore, the ground should not be too wet.</p> <p>The flowers are suitable as cut flowers. The branches with the round seed bulbs are used in dry bouquets.</p> <p>Flax is nice to combine with Erysimum, Dianthus, Lupine, Malva and Achillea</p> <p></p>
<p>Strelitzia is called the bird of paradise flower. The Strelitzia is related to the banana plant and has beautiful large green leaves in addition to the beautiful flowers.</p> <p>The exotic Strelitzia is a real eye-catcher in the living room or conservatory. Place the Strelitzia in a light, sunny spot and water it a lot.</p>
<p>There are annual and perennial Lupines. Most lupines are colored purple, white and pink, but yellow is no exception. Crossings also allow combinations of these colors. Lupines do not like calcareous soil. They prefer acidic to neutral soil.</p> <p>Depending on the variety, they can reach heights ranging from 50cm to 2m and the flowering time can be from June to October. If the flower buds are cut off after flowering, the plant will form new shoots.</p> <p>Lupine combines well with Sage, Achillea, Allium, Aster, Papaver, Scabiosa and Digitalis.</p>
<p>The flowers of the Guichelheil only open in sunny weather. We know the Blue Guichelheil under the name Blue Pimpernel. In the Netherlands, in addition to the Blue Guichelheil, there are also Red Guichelheil and Light Pink Guichelheil (Teer Guichelheil).</p> <p>Guichelheil is a low-growing, creeping plant that is very floriferous from May to autumn. Guichelheil is fun to use in rock gardens or to brighten up a stacking wall.</p>
<p>Ipomoea and the Convolvulus both belong to the convolvulus family (Convolvulaceae). The flowers are very similar, but the growth habit is different. You have Ipomoea which can grow as high as 200 meters and you have Convolvulus which stays quite low.</p> <p>Ipomoea tricolor is a climbing plant with beautiful flowers that grows nicely against fences. The Convolvulus tricolor is beautiful as a ground cover and grows beautifully in planters and hanging baskets.</p> <p>Most varieties have flowers that are only open for one day, which is why they are also called Morning-glories.</p>
 

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