Planting your summer flower garden

Planting a garden that uses foliage and flowers helps to extend your garden’s peak period. 

Planting your summer flower garden

 

Planting a garden that uses foliage and flowers helps to extend your garden’s peak period. Spring flowers are supported by the contrasting foliage of herbaceous perennials and evergreen trees and shrubs. As spring flowers die back, your summer flowering perennials take over.

This combination can create a show-worthy garden from November right through until April in many areas...

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