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The selection that's in the spotlight this month as Garden Plant of the Month consists of three eye-catching stars in the range of hardy perennials. They're Coneflower, Phlox, Delphinium. There are similarities and differences between the three plants. All three have seen fresh additions to the range in recent years, so that they’re available in more varied colours and shapes. They all attract bees, butterflies and other insects with their remarkable fragrance.
But the plants are quite different in terms of shape. Whilst Coneflower has flowers that resemble sun hats, Phlox features plume-shaped sprays of flowers with bright colours. Delphinium has an extended flower spike with a ‘spur’ on each flower, which gives rise to the common name larkspur.
Rugged, easy to live with, and a must-have for every ‘man cave’. Commitment Free Plants not only make a man’s home more attractive, but also show instantly that the guy in question is caring enough to keep something green alive. The selection for this Premier League consists of Croton, Philodendron, Snake Plant, Umbrella Tree and Devil’s Ivy - all strong personalities the can take a knock.
Their size means that Commitment Free Plants are ideally suited to a display that suggests an indoor forest. This fits with the trend of bringing living nature indoors and placing it on a pedestal in the home or office. An additional sales argument for Many Plants is that the profusion of leaves has an air-purifying effect. Finally the fact that these are very easy plants is often also important argument for the target group.