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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.
It features large herbaceous borders, a vegetable and a herb garden, shrubbery, vines and very old fruit trees.
The space at Upper Marshes will see herbaceous borders, vegetable plot and herb garden.
| Extend your herbaceous borders' season by planting late interest plants such as sedums and asters.
Enjoy tea and cakes on the lawns, surrounded by herbaceous borders buzzing with wildlife, and woodland walks.
The one-and-ahalf acre walled garden has stunning herbaceous borders and the interrupted rose archway should be in full bloom.
The dark green foliage provides an excellent background for shrub and herbaceous borders. Broadly conical in shape, it's tolerant to dry shady spots, chalky and acid soils and even urban pollution.
Cottage delightWe have selected 10 all-time favourites to pack your herbaceous borders and provide a host of vibrant colours in the cottage garden for many summers to come.
. Ensure floppy plants in herbaceous borders are staked before they grow too tall.
Small cottage garden featuring pools, herbaceous borders and roses.
A Herbaceous borders are low maintenance but are best cut back each spring.
The furry little blighter has already gnawed through all the bird feeders, dug up every bulb in the herbaceous borders, made a fatal incision in the garden hose and completed the Telegraph crossword in less than half an hour, although I had to help him write in the answers, as he still has no opposable thumbs.