Flowers annual


Afrikaantje, wild – Tagetes patula
French Marigold (wild) expands into a robust bushy plant that is covered in bright green leaves. Its single-petaled flowers are red when they open and then turn orange. Helps to control nematodes.
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Afrikaantje, kleinbloemig – Tagetes patula nana
French Marigold (small-flowered) has single-petaled, warm yellow flowers with dark spots in the centre. Pinching back the first buds will result in bushier plants that produce more flowers. Helps to control nematodes.
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Sterafrikaantje, rood – Tagetes tenuifolia
Signet Marigold (orange) is a round, compact plant with finely incised, bright green leaves. The entire plant is covered with little single-petaled, red-orange flowers. Also suitable for planting in a flower box.
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Sterafrikaantje, geel – Tagetes tenuifolia
Signet Marigold (yellow) is a round, compact plant with finely incised, bright green leaves. The entire plant is covered with little single-petaled, lemon yellow flowers. Also suitable for planting in a flower box.
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Moederkruid – Tanacetum parthenium
Feverfew is a very undemanding plant. Its sturdy, branched flower stems bear countless single-petaled white flowers. Its leaves smell like chamomile. Suitable for use as cut flowers.
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Asperge-erwt – Tetragonolobus purpureus
Asparagus Pea bears stunning deep red flowers. Its young winged pods can be eaten as a vegetable, which has an almond-like flavour.
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Tropaeolum majus
Nasturtium (not vining) has singular flowers in different shades of yellow, orange and red. The flowers and leaves of the plants are edible. Especially the flowers are used as garnish in salads. Planting close by fruit trees keeps lice at a distance.
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Oost-Indische kers, rankend – Tropaeolum majus
Nasturtium (vining, climbing) has singular flowers in different shades of yellow, orange and red. The flowers and leaves of the plants are edible. Especially the flowers are used as garnish in salads. Planting close by fruit trees keeps lice at a distance.
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Koekruid, roze – Vaccaria hispanica
Cow Herb (pink) is easy to grow. Each main stem splits into many branches with their own flower. Its pink flowers appear after about two months and look like clouds floating above the plant.
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Koekruid, wit – Vaccaria hispanica
Cow Herb (white) is easy to grow. Each main stem splits into many branches with their own flower. Its white flowers appear after about two months and look like clouds floating above the plant. Spectacular in bouquets.
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Driekleurig viooltje – Viola tricolor
Wild Pansy produces cheerful purple, yellow and white flowers over a very long period. Also useful for planting in pots and flower boxes. Easily reseeds.
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