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Beginners Guide To Styling & Growing A Beard

Beginners Guide To Styling & Growing A Beard (via @Katie Olsen Square Barber Shop) #TimesSquareBarberShop


Clematis montana 'Mayleen' - Part of the Alan Titchmarsh Collection Nicknamed the 'mile a minute' clematis, height 33'(10m) and spread 10'(3m). Good scent of vanilla, rated as a 'beginner' hardy perennial. Pruning Group 1.

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Penstemon 'Apple Blossom' - Clusters of small, white-throated, pale pink, bell-shaped flowers appear for several months from midsummer above the mounds of mid-green foliage. This pretty perennial is perfect for the middle of a sunny, mixed or herbaceous border, where it will mix happily with richer pinks, white and most shades of blue or purple. For the best results chose a well-drained site as it strongly dislikes waterlogged winter soils.


Penstemon 'Raven' - Elegant spikes of small, tubular, foxglove-like flowers appear from July to October among lance-shaped, bright green leaves. This easy-to-grow perennial will quickly form large, leafy clumps and is perfect for adding a splash of colour to the middle of a sunny, well-drained border. If you deadhead regularly, the flowers will persist until the first frosts. The rich, deep purple flowers of this variety contrast particularly well with purples and acid greens.


Red Zinger Iris Germanica (bearded iris) extremely hardy and low maintenance plants . Red Zinger is very popular and has beautifully coloured flowers in a deep shade of red. Red Zinger can be planted from January to December. These wholesale bulbs give plants of 60 cm and above tall and will grow in Full shade to Full sun.