Perennials - What Is the best for my boarders

by Maxine
(England)

I have a newly made boarder approx 1m wide and 20m long in a suuny - part shade position in the summer. I wish to plant a variety of colourful plants with differing heights that flower between March and October. I have a membrane and bark on the boarder to reduce weeds.

I would like advice on the best plants / shrubs to plant - all perennials.

Any help would be welcomed.

Thanks

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Nov 20, 2013
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by: Anlex

There are many different perennials that can be planted. If you want shrubs as well as perennials it is best to work out how many you want and the height you want them to get to and wether you want evergreen or desiduous. There is a very wide choise of perennials, again you need to know how many you want , colours and sizes. If you would like to visit us, we would be more than happy to help you in your choices.

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