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  • 1. RHS Level 2 Certificate Bedding Plants: Revision Activity answers.
  • 2. Bedding – season of interest? Hardy, Half-hardy or tender?
    • Mysotis sylvatica (Forget me Not)
    • Hardy – biennial, sown in nursery bed, transplanted autumn
    • Spring interest
  • 3. Bedding – season of interest? Hardy, Half-hardy or tender?
    • Impatiens walleriana
    • Tender perennial grown as an annual
    • Grown under glass with heat from seeds. Planted out late May early June
    • Summer interest
  • 4. Bedding – season of interest? Hardy, Half-hardy or tender?
    • Pansy ( Viola x wittrockiana )
    • Hardy annual/short lived perennial.
    • Grown from seed, planted into final position in autumn
    • Winter/early spring interest.
  • 5. Bedding – season of interest? Hardy, Half-hardy or tender?
    • Lobelia erinus
    • Half- hardy annual.
    • Grown under cover from seed and planted out in May
    • Summer interest
  • 6. Bedding – season of interest? Hardy, Half-hardy or tender?
    • Brassica oloracea (Capita group) ‘Northern Lights’
    • Hardy – grown in pots and planted in final position in autumn
    • Winter interest.
  • 7. Bedding – season of interest? Hardy, Half-hardy or tender?
    • Petunia ‘Surfina’
    • Tender perennial grown as an annual
    • Produced from cuttings or seed under glass.
    • Summer interest – not planted out until after last frost
  • 8. Bedding – season of interest? Hardy, Half-hardy or tender?
    • Wallflowers (Chieranthus cheiri )
    • Hardy – biennial, sown in nursery bed, transplanted autumn
    • Spring interest