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Here's a top ten of some of the best plants for attracting and feeding beneficial insectsCalifornian poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) n Candytuft (Iberis umbellata) n Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) n Dyers chamomile (Anthemis tinctoria) n Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) and bronze fennel (Foeniculum vulgare ``Purpureum'') n Fern-leaf yarrow (Achillea filipendulina) n Goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea) n Phacelia (Phacelia tanacetifoliaPoached-egg plant (Limnanthes douglasii) n Pot marigold (Calendula officinalisWhatever the size of your garden, room can be made for attractant plants.
Narrow borders were planted with a range of scented herbs and flowers including pot marigold, hyssop, lavender, lilies and iris, and climbing plants like roses, honeysuckle and wild clematis decorated wooden structures.
However, some tender perennials and hardy annuals such as pot marigold will bloom for longer if well watered, deadheaded and fed with a general liquid feed.
Attractive, too, to other beneficial insects such as butterflies and bees, is the pot marigold, Calendula officinalis.
Pot marigold, baby blue eyes (nemophila), candytuft, poached egg plant, Love-in-a-mist (nigella) and sunflowers are all a good bet.
AN essential plant for any cottage garden, the pot marigold or calendula will brighten borders with blooms in gold and orange and all shades in between.
POT MARIGOLDS AN essential plant for any cottage garden, the pot marigold or calendula will brighten borders with blooms in gold and orange and all shades in between.
Varieties are constantly introduced but there is a list of older varieties that have been grown, in some cases for Pot marigolds are a joy.
A separate feeding trial was carried out by some schools using edible flowers of nasturtiums and pot marigolds.
Much nearer our times, pot marigolds and orange blossoms were an established part of medieval cooking and modern restaurants use edible flowers to enhance salads, as well as for decorating starters and desserts.
There's something for kids as well - a children's summer-flower garden containing sunflowers, nasturtiums, pot marigolds and anemones.
It's that lovely time of year when you can collect your own seeds from the likes of poppies, honesty, aquilegia, nigella, calendular, pot marigolds and hardy geraniums.