La Petite Ardennaise Rosa Romantica

Mooie romantische verzameltuin

Oriental plants & Perennials
contrasting plants in a garden

Echinacea "Green Envy"
Echinacea 'Green Envy'

Permanent underplanting in a garden is a must, you can call it the finishing of your garden. A garden wouldn't be complete without it.
Some like it sleek and simple, others like cottage ......
As far as this garden is concerned, we have consciously chosen it; an adapted and natural undergrowth that includes an extensive range. This includes rare and exotic plants, of course quite hardy species. They give accents to various viewpoints of the garden concept

Cardiocrinum Giganteum
Cardiocrinum giganteum

There are thousands of types of perennials, each species has its requirements in terms of location and soil type.
Tuber crops are also included in this. As an example above, we give the giant lily, which grows to more than two meters, grows above 1000 m in the Himalayas. It needs about 3 to 5 years to flower, after which it usually dies and forms new tubers.
Ferns and Hostas serve as undergrowth for shrubs, and provide beautiful contrasts to leaf shapes and colours.


Guy & Danielle

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