Rear garden is full of perennials. I love them, once planted, they flower all summer, die down during winter and up they come again the following Spring.
I then dig into the soil a good compost, the one I use at the moment is a mature mix of mushroom compost, horse manure and bonemeal, this gives the plants a good start each year and also helps to keep the moisture in during the summer months. We have naturally sandy soil, which drains freely but is inclined to dry out quickly.
These images are sections of the perennial borders with names of plants in flower. Mores detailed descriptions are in the Perennial Plants Gallery. Back to gallery index
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