What to plant this month

Cape May Bush (Spiraea ‘Flero Pleno’ )

  White, double petal flowers cover the bush in spring. Medium to large shrub, max height of approximately 2M. A sunny spot in the garden is best.
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Columbine (Aquilegia ‘Songbird’)

This compact plant has eye catching, darling bell shaped flowers from in an assortment of colours. It flowers from Spring to Autumn, enjoys semi shade and reaches a height of 50cm.
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Mini White Agapanthus (Agapanthus ‘Double Diamond’)

  Agapanthus ‘Double Diamond’ is far superior to all other miniature white Agapanthus available. It is not only pure white and very small, growing to a height of only 25cm, but it has the most remarkable double flowers.
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Blue Potato Bush (Solanum) Patio Standard

– Abundance of purple flowers during Summer and Autumn – Plant in full sun to light shade – Tender to frost but will tolerate light frost if planted in a protected position in the garden – Feed monthly with a fertilizer like 3-1-6 – Water regularly in summer, never allowing the soil to dry out completely – Growth points need to be pinched off very regularly to maintain the formal shape.
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Cape Daisy (Osteospermum)

The striking bold colours of this indigenous beauty clearly dispel all and any suggestions that indigenous gardens have to be dull, dreary and boring.
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Geranium (Pelargonium)

Pelargoniums (Geraniums) are available in a wide range of colours and growth habits. Trailing Pelargoniums are fabulous for hanging baskets, giving a stunning show of colour for most of the year.
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(Diascia) Diascia mollis  

  DESCRIPTION: A fast growing semi rambling herbaceous perennial that forms a mat of light green leaves. Masses of rose pink semi – trumpeted flowers are borne all over the plant during the entire summer.
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Sage ‘Beautiful Blue’ (Blue Salvia)

AFR: Blousalie ‘Beautiful Blue’ DESCRIPTION: This is a tall herbaceous shrub. The plant has bright green healthy looking leaves and bears spikes of bright blue flower heads.
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Pincushion (Scabiosa africana)

ENG: Pincushion AFR: Koringblom DESCRIPTION: The Pincushion is a fast growing perennial with fine grey green leaves and dainty flowers on tall stalks that come in mauve or white.
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