WHICH PERENNIALS TO PLANT ON THE SHORE OF THE POND
Tell me, what perennials and shrubs can be planted by the pond so that it seems to bloom all summer?
The choice of such plants is great, but I will focus on the 10 most spectacular.
1. Three types of iris are suitable for the coastal area. Siberian iris is decorative with sharp thin leaves, blooms in June for a short time, but so unique! Marsh iris is ideal for shallow water, but it grows quickly and can even push neighbors. The xiphoid iris also develops optimally on highly moist soils. Blooms approximately after Siberian Iris. All plant species prefer illuminated locations.
2. For large and medium-sized reservoirs, dioecious volzhanka is suitable. It tolerates moderate shade well and is a bright tapeworm. It blooms in the first half of summer with white dense paniculate inflorescences exuding a pleasant honey aroma. And after flowering, it looks decorative due to the openwork leaves.
Z. Boneset adequately decorates the coastal zone in autumn. This unpretentious large plant prefers sunny areas, but can tolerate light shading. After flowering, corymbose inflorescences acquire a silvery-white color.
4. Eye-catching coastal buzul... Undemanding, with voluminous rosettes of leaves, it successfully develops both in shady places and in the sun - with sufficient moisture. B. dentate and B. Przhevalsky are usually grown.
5. Near the pond, the lawn is not entirely appropriate, so you can arrange the banks from ground cover plants. Bright representative loosestrife, or meadow tea... He is able to endure flooding. resistant to mowing and trampling. The reservoir looks great, on the surface of which long hanging loose shoots with small yellow flowers float.
6. Scenic and colorful pinwheel reaches a height of 50-60 cm. A non-capricious perennial feels great everywhere - regardless of lighting. It grows rapidly due to underground stolons.
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7. Loved by many swimsuit often found in the middle lane in damp places. This is a spectacular accent plant that opens the season with its flowering while others are just gaining strength.
8. As an alternative to the lawn in the coastal area, you can use sedgesthat resemble cereals in appearance, but withstand wet soil conditions. In the middle lane, you can grow O. tall Aurea, O. Gray, O. conical Snowline and O. paniculate. But for a small pond, choose low sedges.
9. Rogersia... growing, it is able to cover a significant space near the reservoir with wrinkled sheets. It blooms in mid-summer with paniculate inflorescences. It develops best in shaded areas of the coastal zone protected from the wind. The most popular R. is horse-chestnut-leaved.
10. Of course, the top coastal plants include hosts... A wide variety of varieties in terms of color palette and sizes can decorate any, even the smallest pond.
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PLANTS FOR A RESERVOIR - VIDEO
© Author: Inna STARTSEVA, agronomist, Pavlovsky Posad, Moscow region
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