Bellis perennis


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Bellis

A minor homeopathic remedy used for trauma, aches, chills, lymph node swelling, and pregnancy-related uterine pain.

Bellis perennis,

n See daisy.
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Perennial rockeries - alyssum saxatile, arabis, aubrietia, bellis perennis, maiden pinks.
Bellis Perennis 12x can be taken following delivery, along with a daily dose of arnica 30c to help heal tissue damage.
Hardy bedding plants will provide most colour, so check out what's looking best in your local garden centre - polyanthus, primula, violas, Bellis perennis, wallflowers and cyclamen are all suitable candidates and the more the merrier, because these plants won't grow much over winter so they need packing in tightly.
They are cultivated selections from Bellis perennis, the wild daisy or lawn weed, depending on your point of view.
The cultivated, crimson types of daisy, Bellis perennis, and the gold-and-green variegated forms of tough trailing ivy like Hedera helix 'Sagittifolia Variegata' contribute shape and colour for deepest winter.
Now's the time to start sowing seeds of Bellis perennis, polyanthus, pansies and wallflowers, so they will be in flower (when very little else is) for brightening up the garden in late winter/early spring.
Over the coming months they will be changed for a mixture of primulas and Bellis perennis and in summer will give way to all types of bedding plants, colourful fuchsias and clashing colours of geraniums.