Garden Plants Winter

Viola F1 (large-flowered) and Cornuta (hints of wild violets)

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There are approximately four hundred different sorts of Violets that occur in a temperate climate. Most sorts of violets are found on moist and somewhat shadowed areas. After blooming the full-blown flower turns downwards, after ripening the capsule opens up again. The dried seed capsule is strained and upon movement the seeds dart away.

Nursing Tips

Temperature: plants are winter hardy and are resistant to moderate frost
House/Garden: garden- and terrace plant
Light: place in a sunny spot
Water: water normally when the soil is dry
Fertilization: 1x per month
Colors: several in, for example, yellow, white, blue and red
Not suitable for consumption.

 

Bellis Perennis (Daisy)

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The Daisy is a small perennial plant of the family Asteraceae that will grow 15 cm tall. The name Bellis Perennis means ‘eternal beauty’ or ‘all years beautiful.’ Bellis is derived from Latin and means beautiful, Perennis means perennial.

 

Nursing Tips

Temperature: plants are winter hardy and are resistant to moderate frost
House/Garden: garden- and terrace plant
Light: place in a sunny spot
Water: water normally when the soil is dry
Fertilization: 1x per month
Colors: pink, red and white
Not suitable for consumption.

 

Primula Acaulis (Primrose)

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The botanical name Primula is derived from the word primus (first), which indicates that it was considered one of the first bloomers in springtime.

 

 

Nursing Tips

Temperature: plants are winter hardy and are resistant to moderate frost
House/Garden: house-, garden- and terrace plant (protect from frost and rain)
Light: preference for muted sunlight
Water: water normally when the soil is dry
Fertilization: 1x per month
Colors: several in, for example, yellow, white, blue, red
Not suitable for consumption. and pink