Heath-type garden

tmpa9a3-1Heath-type garden

On sandy soil, in front of a wall made of clematis and climbing roses, you can plant heather plants in groups. Because the terrain is flat, for variety, single specimens of the narrow-leaved olive were planted (Elaeagnus angustifolia), the genera (Cytisus praecox) and Caryopteris clandonensis, and small pines. Early spring, as soon as the snow melts, red heather begins to bloom (Erica herbacea), about pink and purple flowers. Then the May carnation blooms (Dianthus gratianopolita -īnus), low plaster cast (Gypsophila), sand thyme (Thymus serpyllum), the asterisk (Helianthemum), sustainable (Armeria caespitosa) and ornamental grasses, like for example. Festuca cinerea. You can also plant multi-flower roses on such a discount, which look very decorative, showered with flowers from summer to fall. Mullein is also very decorative (Olympic Yerbascum) with their glistening inflorescences growing out of silvery leaf rosettes.

If you have more space, you can make depressions or mounds on it, cover with stones and plant with plants. A set of perennials for a heath-type garden is shown in the table.

Perennials for a moorland type garden
Dziewanna — Verbascum olympicum
Gipsówka — Gypsophila sp.
Goździk majowy — Dianlhus gratianopolitanus
Kostrzewa — Festuca cinerea
Macierzanka piaskowa — Thymus serpyllum
Powojnik — Clematis sp.
Trzcinnik — Calamagrostis x acutiflora
Wrzos śnieżny — Erica herbacea
Common ring - Armeria maritima
Drżączka średnia — Briza media
Dzwonki — Campanula
Goździk kropkowany — Dianlhus deltoides
Kocimiętka Faassena — Nepeta x faassenii
Krwawnica pospolita — Lythrum salicaria
Len trwały — Linum perenne
Pięciornik — Potentilla
Przetacznik kłosowy — Yeronica spicata
Przymiotno — Erigeron hybr.
Szałwia wspaniała — Safoia x superba
Ukwap dwupienny — Antennaria dioiea
— Helictotrichon sempervirens