winter-flowering

ADJECTIVE
  1. of plants that bloom during the winter
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How To Use winter-flowering In A Sentence

  • All sites were similar floristically, being dry, open woodland dominated by red ironbark, a winter-flowering species.
  • Plants such as sweet pea, forget-me-nots, wallflowers, winter-flowering pansies and violas are widely available.
  • Winter-flowering pansies and violas are in plentiful supply for this job.
  • We have money set aside to buy more suitable replacement trees, such as kowhais, winter-flowering cherries and New Zealand native lacebarks and titokis.
  • The winter-flowering carneas and the summer-flowering callunas provide foliage and floral interest throughout the year.
  • Sky like the inside of a saucepan and a mean little drizzle stinging your face, garden sunk deep in midwinter gloom, except for the winter-flowering cherry trees with small, sugar-pink blossoms prinking from bare branches to lift the heart. John Rentoul today puts Trevor Kavanagh and myself in the...
  • Containers can be given a new lease of life by replacing these plants with autumn and winter specimens such as pansies, winter-flowering heathers, hardy cyclamen and evergreen ivies.
  • For added interest, Brenda has some clematis, honeysuckle, winter-flowering jasmine and Russian vine as climbers.
  • Generally, pruning should be done on shrubs which flower before mid-summer as soon as flowering is over, including winter-flowering viburnums and mahonias, Ribes sanguineum, weigela and Spiraea ‘Arguta’.
  • Look for winter-flowering hellebores in garden centres.
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