Look sorry but I am a little lad of 59 and my old mum used to call these
plants we had in the garden all winter War Plants and that is all I know
about them. In fact they are probably called something far more
sophisticated than War Plants but that is all I can tell Sorry. Oh ! They
were small and of many colours and that really is it :-( That is all I can
tell Oh boy, I know, Don't say it LOL Just had a thought '' I wonder if the
name of them did in fact have anything to do with the war
"Cereoid+10" <cereoid at prodigy.net> wrote in message
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> What are War plants?
>>> Barry <xbarry at skynet.be> wrote in message
> news:3d86f992$0$186$ba620e4c at news.skynet.be...> > OK I will try it this way, <smile> Can anyone give advice on what would
> > good plant for hanging baskets in the winter as here in Belgium they do
> > seem to have heard of War plants which are the only plants I know of
> > think will last and survive all winter weather. Thanks