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boarders that are low maintenance but add some colour in the summer/spring months. So far I have on my list white roses, daffodils, lavender, white hydrangeas, mixed peonies and small topiary plants. Am I on the right track? Thanks in advance! If those
Can anyone offer suggestions for a low maintenance medium sized flowering shrub please. I don't want it to spread too much but would like it to flower in the summer and not require much maintenance. Thank you.
and it looks, and smells lovely, I would like to create a similar effect on the other side which is much more 'soil-space' but don't know what to put there; I love the bushiness and low-maintenance of the lavender/rosemary but need some inspiration
a California lilac and fatsia japonica but they may be too big.......whatever, all these shrubs are pretty low maintenance, we have some blue bells and narcissus planted in there. And just to add a little colour in the summer I put quite a few
We live in hardiness zone 7 and our house has quite a long gravel drive (about 30 metres), with beds either side which are about 2-2.5 metres wide. The drive is south-facing and sloping (about 1:10). To the east is a laurel hedge and to the west is a neighbour's garden separate...
Planted small area of silver birch last autumn (10 plants). Looking for suggestions for underplanting this dappled shade area. Low growing, low maintenance but not boring.
Hi Being new to gardening, i am looking for some advise on what would be the best low maintenance hedge, possibly that flowers and is of medium height? Would appreciate any help. Thanks Lesley
Hi there We've just moved into a new London flat which has a lovely garden at the back, but a messy patch of grass/weeds at the front (about 3m x 2m, sloped towards the flat, and catches the sun). We wondered what our options were for a low
Hello, If you can see the photos youl notice we're taking down our pond.While still in the early stages of the demo, I'm starting to think about whats going to fill the empty space once we reach ground level.Any suggestions for a new low maintenance