Creating A Flower Bed In A Wet Place
Creating A Flower Bed In A Wet Place

Video: Creating A Flower Bed In A Wet Place

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a flowerbed in a wet place
a flowerbed in a wet place


Every gardener or summer resident seeks to somehow change in the next season, transform the usual landscapes of his garden plot. For example, a barrel for draining rainwater. She stands in a prominent place near the house, collects and sprinkles water abundantly when the rains charge …

This place is always damp and unkempt. But it could be different! There are many perennial plants that will willingly live and bloom in a "wet flower bed" around such a barrel. A small area in front of it can be covered with gravel or fine gravel, so that it is convenient to come up for water and not get your feet wet. And on the sides or around the barrel and place moisture-loving flowers.

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a flowerbed in a wet place
a flowerbed in a wet place

Iris marsh

First of all, it is a marsh iris, or calamus, up to 1 m high, with xiphoid leaves and light yellow flowers. …

It blooms in June - July, but all summer it has very decorative leaves and the bush itself, which will cover even the unsightly walls of the old barrel. Iris is marsh and grows in a swamp, bringing it from the forest is not difficult. A good partner for him will be the Siberian iris with a flowing fountain of narrow linear leaves. …

Its flowers are smaller than that of the hybrid iris, and the color is quite varied: blue, lilac, blue-violet, pale pink, almost white. It blooms in June. It grows very quickly, is resistant to diseases and pests, hibernates without shelter. Both types of iris are shade-tolerant and moisture-loving.

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a flowerbed in a wet place
a flowerbed in a wet place

Kaluzhnitsa marsh

Marsh marigold will be the sunniest in May - June in this flower garden. …

It actively absorbs water, has a sprawling low bush with shiny rounded leaves, strewn with bright yellow open flowers (there are varieties with double flowers). The European bather with carved leaves 50-100 cm high blooms in May - June with pale yellow semi-closed flowers with a delicate aroma. These species can also be dug up in the gardening area along the ditches. …

Forget-me-not marsh and brunner Siberian, with forget-me-not flowers and heart-shaped leaves on long stalks, will add blue color to the “necklace”. Both species bloom in May - June, are unpretentious, self-seeding. In the floral round dance around the barrel, you can include daylilies, river gravilat, hosts with leaves of various patterns (with white and yellow edging, stripes, spots, wavy edges and generally bluish leaves).

Low flowering rugs are created by the creeping tenacious (Ayuga), actively rooting in the nodes of its creeping shoots, blooming with purple "candles" in May - June, and the monotonous loosestrife - a creeping perennial with small opposite leaves and single yellow flowers. …

a flowerbed in a wet place
a flowerbed in a wet place

Daylily bright

Blooms from May to July. Tenacious and loosestrife can also be used to strengthen the walls and slopes of drainage ditches. They perfectly cover the entire surface of the earth, leaving no room for weeds, and ditches become an effective element of landscape design. Tenacious and loosestrife grow in the forest and in meadows, although there are also especially decorative garden forms. …

All these hygrophilous species easily reproduce by dividing the bushes almost throughout the season. In spring and mid-summer they are fed with full fertilizer. After flowering, the inflorescences and flowers are cut, the bushes take on a well-groomed appearance and retain their decorative effect until the end of the season due to the variety of leaf shapes and colors.

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