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Growing Bedding Plants in South Africa

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"Growing Bedding Plants in South Africa” is written especially for South African gardeners and covers everything you need to know about growing or your own seedlings. All 78 pages are packed with useful information; like the best planting and sowing times for each variety, as well as ideal germination temperatures and days to flowering.
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Dear Gardening Lover,

Colour is what most people are drawn to in a garden and should be tactfully incorporated into your garden design. Colour has a great impact on us "affecting our moods and reflecting our personality" and in the garden it can be used to create the right mood and to invoke different feelings.

Colour will enhance the visibility of your business and bold floral plantings can be changed seasonally, to continually attract attention. Colour will also add value to your home if you are hoping to sell, and can be used to effectively brighten up a dull garden for special occasions like weddings etc.

If strategically placed where they will have the most impact, pots will transform any area of your garden. Many bedding plants grow beautifully in containers, and groupings of flowering pots and hanging baskets will instantly add a warm and welcoming touch to entrances, patios and other areas.

Children love sowing and growing seedlings and will be delighted at their kaleidoscope of colours. Gardening offers many opportunities to teach your children about caring and nurturing, as well as opening up the wonderful world of birds, butterflies, frogs, bees and all the other fascinating creatures that inhabit our gardens.

Good garden design involves knowing how to combine colours so that the final result is the “coming together of theory and reality.” Only practice and experimentation will develop your eye for colour and allow you to see the differences between hues.

If used well, colour will help to lead the eye through the garden; drawing attention to focal points and tying together various other landscaping elements like stretches of lawn or background trees and shrubs.

It will soften and accentuate low walls and pathways and is used to demarcate various "rooms" in the garden, and lead from one to another.

The large selection of flowering bedding plants available in South Africa enables us to have colour in our gardens throughout the year. Bedding plants allow you to incorporate a fresh "new look" every season by using different colour schemes and plant varieties. Combine this with the fast-maturing versatility of annuals and your garden can become a canvas and you the artist!

Do you long to have colourful flowers in your garden throughout the year but are not sure which varieties to plant each season; or when to sow or plant them for best results?

Are you tired of wasting your money on seedlings that either die or do not give you the results you envisioned?

"Growing Bedding Plants in South Africa” is written especially for South African gardeners and covers everything you need to know about growing or your own seedlings. All 78 pages are packed with useful information; like the best planting and sowing times for each variety, as well as ideal germination temperatures and days to flowering.

This e-book is easy to understand, yet includes everything you need to know about successfully sowing and growing beautiful bedding plants in South Africa. I hope it will inspire you to create a beautiful flower garden, no matter how large or small.

Whether you sow your own seeds or buy seedlings from your garden centre, you will find growing bedding plants a most rewarding hobby. I know that the plants I have selected to include in this book will inspire the artist in you; and I hope that you will enjoy reading my book as much as I have enjoyed writing it.

A chapter by chapter preview:-

Introduction
Growing Bedding Plants
Sowing Seeds
Planting out your Seedlings
Watering and Manicuring your Plants
Common and Latin Names Index
Sowing Guide

Plant Varieties

African Daisy
Ageratum
Alyssum   
Aquilegia
Aster
Baby Snapdragon   
Bedding Dahlia   
Bells of Ireland   
Bokbaaivygie   
Bush Violet   
Busy Lizzie    
Calibrachoa   
Candytuft   
Canterbury Bell
Celosia  
Chrysanthemum  
Cineraria   
Coleus   
Common Primrose  
Cornflower
Cosmos
Cup Flower   
Delphinium   
Dianthus
English Daisy 
English Marigold  
Everlasting Flower 
Fairy Primrose   
Flowering Tobacco   
Forget-me-not   
Foxglove
Gazania
German Primrose
Godetia
Hollyhock   
Iceland Poppy 
Impatiens  
Lobelia   
Love-in-a-mist
Lupins
Marigold   
Monkey Flower  

Nasturtium   
Nemesia
Ornamental Cabbage 
Pansies and Violas  
Petunia  
Phlox
Poor Man’s Orchid  
Portulaca
Salvia   
Snapdragon   
Spider Plant   
Stocks   
Sunflower   
Sweet Pea   
Sweet William   
Trumpet-flower
Verbena   
Vinca
Wax-leaf Begonia 
Wishbone Flower  
Zinnia


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The cost of "Growing Vegetables in South Africa" e-book is a one-time payment of R139.00.

Credit card orders will be processed daily and confirmed by an administrator as soon as notification of payment is received. You will then receive an email with the link to download your e-book.

EFT/Cash Deposits may take a couple of days to reflect, but immediately payment is confirmed you will receive an email with the link to download your e-book.

Please note that this is an electronic book and is not available in hard cover.

My customer satisfaction guarantee: If you are in any way unhappy with the e-book, feel free to contact me and I will give you a no-quibble refund (within 30 days of purchase).

You have everything to gain and nothing to lose.



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