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low growing blue perennials

Posted: 03/06/2017 at 12:07

Thanks everone. I may have Roxanne in another border but it is about a metre tall. I did try Lithodora but it died and the same happens when I plant scabious. But I will have a look for some of the others you mentioned.

low growing blue perennials

Posted: 02/06/2017 at 14:20

I have a flower boarder infront of a 6ft garden  wall and i am looking for low growing blue perennials. The border gets the early morning sun. On the wall I have a ceanothus and clematis, both doing well. Then at the back a couple of delphiniums, veronica, penstemons, scabious and tradescantia. My meconopsis died. The only low growing ones i have found so far are violas and campanula blue chips. Any other suggestions please.

garden mirror

Posted: 26/05/2017 at 10:45

Ok ithink i may reconsider

garden mirror

Posted: 25/05/2017 at 19:27

Thanks will try and find it.

on bed rest!

Posted: 25/05/2017 at 16:55

Thanks for you suggestions. I have survived the first week and chelsea is keeping me interested this wee though i got a bit annoyed at the best in show garden. Perhaps i am missing something but i thought they were supposed to be show gardens not someones slant on an old quarry in malta!  I felt so sorry for chris beardshaw he was obviously disappointed. Anyway i have voted for his garden in the viewers favourite catagory. I hope he wins.

garden mirror

Posted: 25/05/2017 at 13:23

Re original post. Anypmne got a good quality  garden mirror they could recommend  for me.

garden mirror

Posted: 25/05/2017 at 09:43

Oh dear i dont think the position i have in mind would be in their flight path. We have bird fatalities due to the patio doors and windows in our property not to mention the local cat population.

garden mirror

Posted: 24/05/2017 at 22:52

Can anyone recommend a maker of good quality mirrors which will stand the test of time?

garden mirror

Posted: 24/05/2017 at 19:13

I am looking at buying a garden mirror to hang on tbe back wall of my garden behind the garden bench. Can anyone recommend  a supplier of good quality ones. There are so many on the internet i dont know where to start!

on bed rest!

Posted: 20/05/2017 at 13:10

Following surgery on my neck earlier in the week I am now faced with several weeks inactivity. The husband is keeping my flower and fruit garden ticking over and before the op I worked hard to get tbe garden ship shape with annual and perenial pots positioned outside the patio doors. Are threre any keen gardeners out there who have survived a similar enforced rest and have found ways of passing the time?

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