Dahlias are a great choice for both new and experienced gardeners alike. These tuberous perennials will grow in full to partial sun, in almost any soil, and are not usually favored by deer or rabbits.
Pink Bouvardia - all year round
A lovely blue, mauve and white collection. Sweet Peas 'Hi-scent' (and it really is), 'Memorial Flight' and 'Noel Sutton'.
I'm obsessed by these three scented-leaf pelargoniums. I pick the foliage for very long-lasting arrangements, use the edible flowers to decorate puddings, and harvest the leaves all the time to use as flavouring. PLUS they look fantastic.
My current number one favourite dahlia – early and long to flower, with ebony stems and leaves contrasting beautifully with luscious purple flowers.
Sweet Pea: There is a sweet flowering plant which has been blossoming in a fashion rather discreet, A native of the Mediterranean region, found from Sicily to Crete , - Dedicated to Ms Ritti Patnaik. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images