Aerial Roots

These roots are above the ground and are generally used as a way of clinging to host plants and rocks. Plants with aerial roots include ivy and many

Annual

A hardy annual is a temporary visitor to the garden as it grows from seed (sown direct in the garden),flowers and dies in a single season. A half hardy annual …

Bare Root

These are plants that are supplied not in a pot and with no soil around the roots. These plants are supplied when dormant and typically include roses, fruit …

Biennial

A plant that takes two years to reach fruiting or flowering. The seed of biennials is sown one year to flower the next. Leaves are produced in the first year …

Bolting

The premature production of flowers and seed.This is where the plant grows too fast due to being either too wet, too dry or in very hot weather, resulting in …

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