Perennials/Grasses

Spring Anemones
© GMH/Bettina Banse
Submitted by
greenduck

Early-blooming anemones are some of the plant world’s most charming creations. It’s such a joy to see them, seemingly overnight, transform the ground beneath under trees and shrubs into a lush carpet of color.

seating arrangements
© GMH / Christiane Bach
Submitted by
greenduck


Your garden can become an extension of your living room. It’s crucial to have comfortable seating arrangements, but a seating area is only as successful as its combination with the plantings around it and its harmony with the rest of the garden. 


Stauden-Phlox
© BGL
Submitted by
greenduck

The large perennial phlox (Phlox paniculata) has a peculiar significance in garden history: the eye-catching perennial had a major part in the changeover in 19th century farm gardens from purely useful plantings to a place where plants were raised for their beauty. Phlox fascinated people early on, with its luminous blossoms and its fragrance, emitted above all on summer evenings. In modern garden design, too, phlox has pride of place, since the variety of blossom colors offers countless interesting design possibilities.

Late summer
© Floradania
Submitted by
greenduck

Is summer over, or is now the time for us to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and subdued colour play of late summer? If you are ready to renew your plants in the pot garden and enjoy late summer to the fullest, you are clearly one of those who can still look forward to many pleasures on the terrace and garden in August and September.

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