Posted: 30/07/2013 at 10:34
Hi. I may get told off for this . Some plants now which are possibly/probably some of the most useful, are beautiful and probably the most complementary to the gardening scene. Been around a long time but need (depending) continuous attention to keep under control and can be very invasive/untidy if neglected. Have been part of the garden scene for many many years and are mostly much loved in spite of this attention needed. . Can be grown in several ways either well under control (Lawns) or in a more relaxed manner ( just Grass). I refer to the Lawn grasses. Call that patch of green what you will - fine mowed - occasionally mowed or whatever they have been the backbone of so many many gardens for a long time. and I repeat what complements a nice garden of plantings/flowers better?. They are however hard work and you. either love em or hate em. This post is aimed at the Lawn grasses only. All the many others have their own pros and cons - tell of your experiences with them.