Plants Of The Month - November

Cyclamen hederifolium
 
 The handsome foliage emerges soon after the flowers, and the marbling or attractive patterns it usually displays adds further to the plants overall appeal. Growing from a tuber, it will slowly spread to form a carpet, which is especially valuable in naturalised gardens. It also works well in alpine beds, pots and at the front of the border.
 

Camellia

Camellias are noted for providing some of the earliest colour in spring, but the sasanqua types start to flower in autumn. With its upright habit, ‘Narumigata’ is ideal in smaller gardens or for keeping in a large pot. The scented flowers of this evergreen shrub will usually keep on coming for several months, which surely must make it the perfect choice for a winter border.

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