Posted on 30.07.2019 |
Added in Featured Conservation Plants

Conservation plants in the garden

Plants in the Conservation Scheme should be completely hardy and perform well in the garden, but we don't grow plants in isolation and I've been looking out for some interesting planting combinations.

Erigeron ‘Sincerity' has flowered well this summer; seen here with Heuchera ‘David' and Heuchera ‘Burgundy Frost' in front (both heucheras are also conservation plants) and a hylotelephium behind, and in the next image with Astrantia major.

Erigeron ‘Sincerity' with
Heuchera ‘David' and Heuchera ‘Burgundy Frost'

Erigeron ‘Sincerity' with


Another lovely combination for full sun;
Geranium ‘Pink Delight' and
B&M8119 (above)

Here Hemerocallis ‘Cherry Ripe' bursts through
‘Walker's Low'




While in a partly-shaded area, ‘Glencoe' stands over a mophead hydrangea with in the background.




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