Bulbous plants, cestrum nocturnum, Chandni, chumpa, compost, cork tree, dianthus, Dutch hyacinths, flowering bulbs, Flowers, fragrant garden, Franbgrant flowers for winter, frangipani, freesias, harvest seeds, herbs, kamni, lavender, matticolia, Millingtonia Hortensis, murraya exotica, nargis, nicotiana, oregano, perennial shrubs, phlox, raat ki rani, roses, stocks, sweet peas, sweet sultan, sweet William and Virginia, tabernamontae, thyme
November sown annual flowers can be planted in your garden, terraces, balconies and rooftops with a blaze of long lasting colour and never-to-be forgotten fragrance.
Climbing or dwarf sweet peas are ideal for winter through spring for perfumed beauty – as are dianthus, matticolia, nicotiana, phlox, stocks, sweet sultan, sweet William and Virginia, with herbs such as lavender, oregano and thyme adding to the overall impact. All of these can thrive throughout the cooler months if you give them love and individual care. (Remember to harvest seeds when fully ripe and then store them for the next season, which will make your initial investment endlessly worthwhile). Continue reading