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by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 151 readings)
I like big, brightly coloured plants - perennials, for preference, since I don't go for all that 'bedding plants, nemesias - tuberous begonias - surfinas, pop 'em in a planter and wait for them to die' malarkey. Something with interesting foliage and large gaudy flowers, preferably in clashing colours; a plant that grows tall and reliably comes up year after year is what I'm after - so given all that in theory I should love lupins. Hypothetically, I do. My mother had some lovely pink and purple ones in her garden just after my parents first moved into their house, and I know for a fact that it took her years and years of chipping away at that lupin's giant ... Read the complete review
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All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
Variety of uses, great for sunburn
Easy to grow, tasty and decorative vegetable plant.
Half-hardy in the UK - perennial has to be treated as an annual here.
Tastes wonderful in many dishes.
Wonderfully aromatic plant with attractive foliage and flowers
Some types need pruning or will go woody and 'leggy'
Unusual flower colours, hardy
Can be hard to find
Easy to look after, last from Spring until early Autumn
Gorgeous colours, easy to seed
Slugs love them.
good to eat, fresh from the garden, fairly easy to grow
Great variety, Beautiful flowers, Heady scent
Some can be expensive