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Newer varieties of pansies flower over a long period and are much more heat-tolerant than the old varieties, which means that they are able to continue blooming from spring into early summ
Poppies create new magic each year when their hairy buds open to release the brightly coloured ‘crepe paper’ petals.
Each stem of P. malacoides supports its own self-contained bunch of dainty flowers. As long as they have plenty of water, primulas will do well in full sun or light shade.
The bluest of blues makes low-growing lobelia an unforgettable sight in the garden. It can also be planted as a ground cover, in large tubs, or made to trail from hanging baskets.
A mix of brilliant, jewel-like colours makes cinerarias a popular choice. They grow happily in the shade but won’t handle frost.