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    The night garden

    I want to establish a night garden around the verandah of the house....... does anyone have any ideas of plants i could use?

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    Does a generator plant count ? To light the darkness ?

    Honeysuckle ?.........................that is a plant not an offer.
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    I thought for one wonderful moment you were starting a thread on Upsy Daisy, Iggle Piggle, Makka Pakka and the Ninky Nonk, today's younger generation's retelling of the Egyptian Book Of The Dead.
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    Re: The night garden

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    Re: The night garden

    If I were you I'd try this thread again from scratch.
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    Re: The night garden

    Im looking for plants and flowers like midnight jasmine etc that tend to omit a scent at night rather than during the day....... hence a "night garden"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruv View Post
    Does a generator plant count ? To light the darkness ?

    Honeysuckle ?.........................that is a plant not an offer.
    Oh Bruvver

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    Re: The night garden

    Jasmine is nice, but it needs to be in an open area. It can overwhelm an enclosed space very quickly.
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    I had considerable success with Rosemary for several years if that helps. Heather, on the other hand, was erratic a lot of the time. My experience is that Heather and Rosemary don't get on well in the same bed, they end up tangled together if you neglect them.

    Be warned, Laurel takes up a lot of room.
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    Got rosemary and sage all over the place. Propagate a lot of herbs

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