flowering tobacco


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South American ornamental perennial having nocturnally fragrant greenish-white flowers

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We will use flowering tobacco and petunias in barrels and pots.
Here area few of her tips on how to create a garden on a budget : An |of pot MAKE SEEDY SAVINGS MANY plants grow easily from seed, including sweet peas, cosmos, flowering tobacco, cornflowers and Californian poppy.
Here's a few of her tips on how to create a garden on a budget: Make seedy savings: Many plants grow easily from seed, including sweet peas, cosmos, flowering tobacco, cornflowers and Californian poppy.
affinis - so called flowering tobacco - which smells delicious and n.
Cold-tolerant ornamentals include pansy, viola, petunia, snapdragon, stock, Bachelor's button, sweet pea, calendula, California poppy, dusty miller, flowering tobacco and phlox.
BREATHTAKING: One of our best successes has been with seedlings of Nicotiana affinis, the old-fashioned flowering tobacco plant, whose white flowers open fully in the evening, pumping out perfume.
We've planted out masses of Nicotiana affinis - the original flowering tobacco - in pots, containers and borders and a wander around the garden at dusk is a scented treat.
Plant things like: Buddlea (the butterfly plant), Teasel, Coneflowers, Flowering Tobacco, Impatiens, Marigolds, Allysum, Snapdragon, Daisy, Cosmos, Asters, Bee Balm, Butterfly Weed, Chrysanthemum, Rosemary, Nasturtium, Yarrow.
There are some nicotiana affinis, or flowering tobacco - one with good scent in the evenings to go up near the back door.
Use them to illuminate drab areas of the garden too, planting white lilies and flowering tobacco which have intoxicating evening perfumes by a bench, window or path where they can be enjoyed while strolling around or sitting in the garden.
NICOTIANA, or flowering tobacco, produces stems covered with star-shaped flowers above low rosettes of large, flat, velvety leaves.