Pink, blue, violet, red or purple, variegated with gold or white, the flowers of the aubrietes enchant the garden in the first sun of spring. Ideal companion for bulb flowers, the corollas of the aubrietes are at the rendezvous of the first wave of blooms in the garden. From March to June, their carpets of flowers are open to infinite variations and generously overflow borders, rockeries and low walls.
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The Japanese anemone is a remarkable fall flowering perennial.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Anemone hupehensis var JaponicaFamily: Ranunculaceae Type: Tuberous perennial Height: 5 to 30 cm Exposure: Sunny and partial shade Soil: Ordinary, good drained Flowering: August to October Maintenance, from planting to flowering of the anemone is easy and the decorative effect guaranteed.
Perennial geranium is a variety that has the advantage of being hardy and therefore frost resistant.In summary, what you should know: Name: Geranium sppFamily: GeraniaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 20 to 60 cmExposition: Sunny and partial shade : Regular, well-drained Flowering: May to September Planting and caring for perennial geraniums will help you have beautiful flowers all summer long.
Garden verbena is a beautiful flower that finds its place in the garden as well as in a container or planter.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Verbena x hybridaFamily: VerbenaceaeType: Perennial or annual (depending on climate) Height: 30 to 100 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Light, well drained Flowering: From June to September Planting and maintenance from spring to winter, follow our gardening tips to improve flowering.
Bulbs are fabulous for brightening up gardens, especially when placed in cool containers. Have fun customizing them! Your imagination is your only limit to stage your bulbs. The only requirement: pierce your containers to have a well-drained soil and thus avoid rotting.
Phlomis fruticosa, known as Jerusalem sage is an easy, decorative and resistant shrub plant.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Phlomis fruticosaFamily: LamiaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 150 cmExposition: Sunny, partial shadeSoil: Ordinary , even poor Foliage: Persistent - Flowering: May to July Planting of Phlomis fruticosa Jerusalem sage, or Phlomis fruticosa, is planted indifferently, in spring or in autumn and ideally in well-drained soil.
It embodies beauty and elegance, refinement and delicacy. The lily beautifies our gardens and planters all summer long. This bulbous perennial has it all. Its large flowers of white, yellow, red, pink, mauve or orange seduce us with each flowering while it ultimately requires little maintenance and even shows great resistance to cold since it supports, in the garden, temperatures down to -20 ° C.
Doronic is a flower that is both hardy and easy to maintain, offering a magnificent yellow bloom in spring.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Oriental DoronicumFamily: AsteraceaeType: PerennialHeight: 40 to 60 cmExposition: Sunny and mid -shade Soil: Ordinary Flowering: April-May The foliage is low but the flowers easily rise to almost 1 m in height.
Heather is a very pretty little plant with long and generous flowering.In summary, what you need to know: Name: CallunaFamily: EricaceaeType: Heather land plant, perennial.Height: 10 to 50 cm Exposure: Sunny and mid shade Soil: Heather land Foliage: Evergreen - Flowering: Summer and autumn Here are our tips for cultivating winter heather well Follow our gardening tips for heather, maintenance is easy and the decorative effect is guaranteed!
Helen is a perennial of the daisy family, which adorns our gardens and terraces from July until the first frosts. Easy to grow, it is very decorative thanks to its unique flowering. In summary, what you should know: Name: Helenium Family: Asteraceae Type: Perennial Height: 50 to 120 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary Flowering: June to November Planting helenia Helenia is ideally planted in spring because, even if it will flower only in summer, it will be well rooted and will resist a lot better in the rigors of fall and winter.
The officinal valerian is a very aromatic herbaceous perennial well known for its great ability to attract cats. Its pretty flowering has the advantage of attracting bees to your garden. In summary, what you need to know: Name: Valeriana officinalis Family: Caprifoliaceae, Valerianaceae Type: Perennial Height: 60 to 80 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary Flowering: May to September Health: benefits and virtues of valerian Planting valerian It is recommended to plant officinal valerian in the fall, respecting a distance of 30 cm between each plant.
Ageratum is a superb summer flowering perennial. Its abundant periwinkle blue flowers are remarkable.In summary, what you need to know: Name: CoreopsisFamily: AsteraceaeType: Perennial or annual according to climateHeight: 20 to 30 cmExposition: SunnySoil: Ordinary, well drainedFlowering: SummerWell plant an ageratumThe ageratum of plant ideally in fall or spring, but always out of frost or hot weather.
Aubriete is a pretty little ground cover perennial. Its flowering arrives early in the season, from April. In summary, what you should know: Name: Aubrieta Family: Brassicaceae Type: Perennial Height: 15 to 20 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary Flowering: April-May - Foliage: evergreen Planting of Aubriete is best planted in the fall, but planting can also be done in the spring, outside the frost period.
Helenium is a perennial that adorns our gardens and terraces from July until the first frosts.In summary, what you should know: Name: HeleniumFamily: AsteraceaeType: PerennialHeight: 40 to 70 cmExposition: SunnySoil: OrdinaryFlowering: June to NovemberPlanting and maintenance, find out what you need to know to have beautiful heleniums.
Everything about it is subtle, its small flowers, its light fragrance, its rounded leaves, the airy bushes, like the bouquets so poetic, that it allows you to compose: the grahamii sage accompanies you until the frosts.The grahamii sage is a perennial native to Mexico that will hardly serve you in the kitchen, but in the garden, it is a precious plant that keeps you company with its cheerful colors even when the gray days of the cold season arrive.
Chrysanthemum is a magnificent plant for flowering gardens and terraces.In summary, what you should know: Name: ChrysanthemumFamily: AsteraceaeType: Annual and perennial (depending on species) Height: 40 to 100 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary Flowering: June to November Planting and care tips, here's how to have beautiful chrysanthemums in the fall and at the time of All Saints.
The bidens is a magnificent perennial of the asteraceae family with golden yellow flowers.In summary, what you need to know: Name: BidensFamily: AsteraceaeType: PerennialHeight: 30 to 40 cmExposure: Sunny Soil: Well drained, humusFoliage: Evergreen - Flowering: May to October Planting bidens Advice for proper planting bidens: It is preferably done in spring.
Pruning lavender is an important step in extending or renewing flowering from year to year, and if it can also be left to grow without pruning, your lavender will never be as beautiful as when it has been cared for. The pruning of lavender also prevents it from shedding.
The phlox are one of the very pretty flowers to decorate our gardens during the summer.In summary, what you need to know: Name: PhloxFamily: PolemoniaceaeType: Perennial or annualHeight: 0.2 to 1 m Exposure: Sunny Soil: Rather rich and good Drained Foliage: Semi-evergreen - Flowering: April to October Easy to maintain and cultivate, they will satisfy you for their great decorative power.
Cleomes are magnificent annuals that adorn our gardens in the heart of summer, offering large inflorescences of pink, white or purple. Also called a spider plant, the cleome is part of the same family as the caper. spinosa Family: Capparidaceae Type: Annual Height: 80 cm to 1.5 m depending on varieties Exposure: Sunny Soil: Rich and well drained Flowering: June to October Sowing and planting of the cleome The cleome is grown in our latitudes as an annual because it does not resist temperatures below 6- 8 °.
Garvinea is a variety of gerbera which has the advantage of being rustic and therefore of being cultivated in the garden throughout the year.In summary, what you need to know: Name: GarvineaFamily: AsteraceaeType: PerennialHeight: 35-40 cm Exposure: Sun or light shade Foliage: Persistent Flowering: May to October Planting garvinea Garvinea is a perennial plant that flowers generously but fears frost below -4 / -5 °.