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.
Drumpark at Irongray, Dumfries, is a woodland garden with mature azaleas, rhododendrons, rare shrubs, and specimen trees and there is a stunning herbaceous border,Victorian walled garden with fruit trees and produce, water garden plus attractive vistas.
I've also had the odd fantasy about lovely Monty Don giving my herbaceous border a gentle forking.
No herbaceous border is complete without Phlox paniculata.
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.
I have used them recently in a herbaceous border as pools of colour dotted around - the eye hops from one to another.
'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. Remove tattle leaves in spring and divide clumps every four to five years to maintain vigour.
a I have used them recently in herbaceous border as pools colour dotted around - the eye hops from one to another.
| EXTEND your herbaceous border's season by planting late interest plants such as sedums and asters.
Grow them in the herbaceous border or a winter border under shrubs, under hamamelis (witch hazel),which is twiggy in winter, or in a mixed border.