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Ramp planting depth and care advice from Japan and the US
Through a series of expert interviews, we asked some of the UK’s best and brightest horticulture professionals for advice on growing the perfect Himalayan ginger plant, and this is what they told us.
Angels are perfect for the patio and the garden
Brought to Britain by the Romans, or by the earlier Britons, the angel is still one of the most popular and decorative perennials available for the garden. This from-seed geranium makes a delightful addition to the herb garden, as it requires little water, can tolerate drought, and is evergreen.
One of the big advantages of the angel is that it has a good display and usually produces a flowering flower right after the leaves in spring. In fact, most of them flower from May to September.
But of course, the real beauty of these plants is how beautiful they look from the back. There are, after all, many good garden roses, and the angel is no different.
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As for any bedding plants, water and feed them well during their growing season, and you will usually get 10 to 15 stems from the original sowing. In colder regions, it’s best to deadhead the angel after it’s finished flowering and encourage growth in the early summer, when the herbaceous plant begins to flower.
This is also the time when you should begin to think about flowering cuttings, or chipping off the stem, about three to four months before the current season is over. This is, of course, a good thing to do every year