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Linaria plants


Linaria plantsLinaria all do best in a light, sandy loam, and make good plants for rock-work. Linaria Bipartita is suitable for an autumn sowing. The other annuals are raised in spring.

Linaria Triornithophora is a biennial, and may be sown any time between April and June, or in August. The hardy perennial, Linaria Alpina, should be sown in April, and if necessary transplanted in the autumn. Linarias flower from July to September. Their height differs from six inches to one feet.