Tapestry and planting plan for a beautiful flower garden with clematis and hydrangea
In the garden often there is a need to decorate the fence, an unsightly wall of the house. Sometimes, to visually close some part of the garden, to separate the space, we create decorative screens, trellises.
Beautiful wooden trellised trellis can serve as an excellent support for one of the most spectacular plants in our garden - clematis.
Clematis + support
Clematis is not very decorative in spring and early summer, but in our case it is even a plus, because the wooden structure can look good on its own. When we design a flower garden or flowerbed, we first form its “frame” - we select those plants that make up its base.
The basis of our composition, its main vertical element, will be clematis, which for many years will rise and branch along the beautiful wooden trellis. The color of the clematis flowers varies from white to pink, lilac, blue depending on the variety. Take this color scheme as the basis for creating our composition.
Hydrangea on the support
The second most significant volume of our composition will be a beautiful hydrangea. This is a well-known and well-feeling in our gardens, the plant has long and deservedly occupied a leading position among flowering shrubs. We do not need the largest variety of hydrangea panicle Vanille Fraise (it should not cover most of the tapestry). This plant blooms from July to September. The caps of the hydrangea inflorescence will change color: from white to bloom to pink in the second half of the blossom.
Green all year round
The third permanent element of the composition will be the thuja western Globosa - an evergreen ornamental shrub all year round, shaped like a regular ball. As a low and also constantly decorative element we use flake juniper Blue Carpet.
The silver color of its needles will go well with the lilac-pink range. In addition, to the composition of the composition we add Bumald's Froebelli spirea - a small shrub with a round and dense crown of pink inflorescences that appear in July. So, the composition framework is created.
Due to properly selected and decorative trees, our composition will look great not only in summer, but also during the off-season, when perennials are not yet blooming or have ceased to be decorative.
If you liked the proposed flower garden, pay attention to the plants that are necessary for its creation.
1. Hydrangea panicle Vanille Fraise
2. Juniperus scaly Blue Carpet
3. Thinking West Globosa
4. Spirea Bumalda Froebelli
6. Phlox frosted
7. Faliaris (two-sided)
8. Clematis (clematis) hybrid in varieties
9. Host Hybrid
10. Carnation greyish-blue
11. Iris hybrid
When creating a composition it is extremely important to plant plants at such a distance that, immediately after planting, the effect is maximally decorative, and a year later did not have to engage in tiresome transplantation.
Choosing perennials for a flower garden
The next stage of designing is the choice of flowering and decorative foliage perennials. As a high tier, the varieties of the delphinium hybrid, matched to our color scheme, as well as the variegated grass of the reed two-leaf can serve us. The middle tier will be occupied by such well-known perennials as the elegant Iris Siberian (we use not the highest grades), the flock dweller's favorite is a flimsy and irreplaceable host.
Iris will add blue and blue tones, and phlox will delight with the splendor of flowering pink inflorescences. Hosta will balance small-leaved thickets with large beautiful I leaves. For the foreground of our composition, we chose silver-gray cloves. This plant, firstly, is able to create a real flowering cover, and secondly, it is very suitable for us in terms of colors - its pink flowers and silver leaves will make up the company for our juniper.
When choosing plants for the foreground, you should select varieties that will be decorative throughout the season.
Flight of your imagination
Our composition is built. It has a permanent frame made of ornamental woody plants and filling with flowering perennials, matched according to the color scheme. We deliberately do not specify any specific varieties of perennials, instead we explain the logic of choosing a particular plant.
It should be borne in mind that if, for example, you chose a lilac clematis, then the delphinium should be taken in an excellent shade, for example blue or pink. Using our advice, you can choose the appropriate varieties, based on the availability of plants on those trading platforms where you will buy plants for your composition. Good luck in your work!
© Авторы: Landscape designers: Natalia Kameneva and Anastasia Gavrilova
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