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Helleborus / Christmas Rose
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greenduck

When most garden plants are hibernating, the Christmas Rose with its dark green foliage and radiant flowers provides colour in the winter garden. Purple, white, pink, pale yellow, black or spotted, Christmas roses are the must-haves this winter. Give them a place in the border or fill a couple of baskets.

Overwintering Container Plants
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greenduck

In the past, few people could afford large, valuable container plants. They built splendid orangeries for their palms, lemon trees, oleander, and bay bushes. Plants from warm climates survived the frost in an overwintering house. These days, anyone can afford this service, without so much as needing a winter garden. Instead, the plants can overwinter with professionals.



Lilie
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Author: 

greenduck

The Lily, Latin name Lilium, belongs to the Liliaceae plant family. This family has more than 100 varieties and is still being developed: there are new varieties with or without pollen, longer vase life and delicate perfumes. What hasn’t changed is that the flower is full of symbolic meaning and is therefore suitable for many occasions.

White fragrant plants
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greenduck

Houseplants of the month of March 2016: Lovely to look at, more versatile than you think and the perfect way to get a little advance taste of summer. Gardenia, Jasminum (jasmine) and Stephanotis are white bloomers with a high home decor content.

Viola
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greenduck

Viola and spring is a two-sided matter and the new exciting varieties with hanging growth gives even more decoration possibilities for those who are passionate about spring.

Roses
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Author: 

greenduck

Meet the Queen of Flowers: the rose. The majestic rose derives this title from its worldwide popularity as the prettiest girl in the class. So whoever and wherever you are, roses are always welcome.

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