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There is a good time last summer plant , especially those that are perfumed, for scent air was an essential part of living abroad Mediterranean gardens since the times of Phoenician Greek Roman and Arab immigrants to plants above. Fortunately, of course, those who up plants in apartments Container on the covered balconies and terraces, regardless of the rain.

first So let's look at the perfumed plants contained in our book Apartment Garden Mediterranean style

Marigold, French marigold perfume and a good insects inhibitor. Dianthus or pinks pink, petunias, carnations - also a useful insect inhibitor; Lady of the Night - the perfume pumped into the late afternoon and evening; Datura - although are toxic so best not used in homes or gardens with children; gravoeolens or rose and lemon scented geranium; Lantana montevidensis - the low-growing and
mauve flowered variety spread, which is not liked by mosquitoes; lavenders; frangipani - easier to keep on sheltered terraces, as many exposed Gardens; Purple - a plant well known in ancient Persia; Freesias - those were the Easter flower; hyancinths - time of to take window boxes dry now and stored until the autumn replanting

Asiatic Lily - now summer could be some bulbs for planting find flowering <- - Amazon.com widgets !>; San Diego - a magnificent plant easy to grow from seed - now in UK seed catalogs; narcissi planted late Easter indeed were late this year flowering; Pink tinted Jasmin polyanthums; solanums; gardenias; primroses; stephanotis and of course roses and herbs such as thyme and rosemary and citrus trees - plenty to choose from especially eternal blooming lemons

.! And in fact, if planting window boxes and other containers for the apartment window sills, balconies and terraces a good case could be made for planting only perfumed plants .

When it comes to porches and gardens , the same plants come to mind and of course flowering trees as arbutus arbutus, Justice trees (now in full bloom in the garden ), magnolia, parkinsonias, pearls trees and weeping locust. Oh, and we almost forgot, the 15-meter range of sweet peas, which is currently in the flower as a windbreak and shade on our vegetable garden. We gather every year seeds and suggested that after ten years, we now have some self-pollinated new varieties among the masses of flowers.

discuss So the possibilities to plant more perfumed with more plants for your apartment or Villa and in the next two or three weeks make up the long summer evenings and nights and a welcome throughout the day long as people your property a. The first plant that we had was planted by the builder next to our entrance as moving in the presence of

There is a jasmine polyanthum was and is still growing healthy 25 years later -. Only a "short back and sides' needs after flowering continuous flowering ... Clodagh and Dick practical gardening books each to stimulate plant lists, the plants, English and Spanish names give appropriate plants to help select and identify those who you inherited

the four books of bookshops or via e-mail from the websites of Santana Books, Amazon, Royal Horticultural Society and AngloInfo

(source:. Written by Clodagh and Dick Handscombe. GardeningInSpain.com)

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