herbaceous border


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herbaceous border

n
(Horticulture) a flower bed that primarily contains nonwoody perennials rather than annuals
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herbaceous border

nStaudenrabatte f
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Shoot in a rose, or a calceolaria, or an herbaceous border, or something, I gather, and you have made a formal proposal of marriage without any of the trouble of rehearsing a long speech and practising appropriate gestures in front of your bedroom looking-glass.
30pm, there will be advice from gardeners in the walled garden and herbaceous border ,while on Fridays from noon to 1pm visitors can learn how the Dyffryn experts care for the turf on the croquet lawn.
Ballawley' is flushed with red and bronze-purple leaves in winter, followed by bright crimson flowers in spring, and is brilliant in a woodland garden or the front of a herbaceous border.
HOW TO MAKE A HERBACEOUS BORDER OVER the past few months I have shown you how to prepare and manage a herbaceous border.
Q Last year I planted an herbaceous border which did very well.
Learn about deer-resistant grasses for an herbaceous border and water-thrifty grasses for a rock garden.
Without this some real garden 'thugs' like ground elder is able to transform an herbaceous border into a nightmare, entangling itself in the roots of plants to the extent it can only ever be removed by digging them all up and starting again after picking out the elder.
The herbaceous border has long been a feature of grand gardens where a range of perennial plants - tall ones at the back coming down to low species at the lawn's edge - provide a tableau of colour from spring right through to late autumn.
Q I want to recreate my herbaceous border but some of my plants are old.
But the resurgence of the herbaceous border has changed all that, and red hot pokers are in again.
With its huge leaves and bright red stalks, it makes a spectacular addition to a herbaceous border, vegetable patch and even large containers on the patio.
denticulata, which bears mauve lollipop flowers on stout 45cm (18in) stems and looks lovely in the herbaceous border.