Boggy Garden

by connor
(watford)

I have a part of my garden which holds a lot of water even in the summer. It is slightly shaded and i would like to know what plants and or shrubs i can put there, it is an area of 12' by about 6' with a curvy edging. There are no plants in at the moment.

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Boggy garden
by: Anlex

Here are a few suggestions for the area in question.
Pittosporum, Rhododendrons, salix, skimmia japonica, viburnum, leucothoe, pachysandra, pieris, peonies, hydrangea petiolaris, trachelospermum jasminoides, ferns, anemone, begonia helliborus, hostas and galanthus (snowdrops). If you require any further help please feel free to contact us on 020 8421 5977 and one of our team will be pleased to help.

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