Perennial winter garden

Perennial winter garden

The period from late autumn to early spring can be made pleasant by cultivating evergreen perennials, which beautify the garden at this time of the year. It is not about plants belonging to a specific group. This applies to evergreen plants, which, when planted among other plants, cover the entire flowerbeds and in combination with frost and snow create a specific winter mood. In the rock garden it is dense, the green cover is formed by a dioecious amoeba (Antenna dioica), similar to Acaena buchunanii. On the south side you can plant potter hybrids (Helianthe-mum hybridum) about the yellow ones, red and blue flowers, then an evergreen garment (Iberis sempervirens) - profusely leafy plant, about white flowers, and a pink blooming polka dot carnation (Dianthus deltoi-des). Among the feldspar and coarse-legged plants, many species create strong ones, tight carpets. A large area can be covered with thyme (Thymus praecox). Oak trees adjacent to rocks and stones (Dryas x suendermanniij and heart-shaped curls (Globularia cordifolia), steel color, create the impression of an alpine garden. Dense clumps of fleshy leaves form a heart-shaped barge (Bergenia cordifolia). On dry and sandy soil, in a slightly shaded place and between tiles and stones, the hawk feeder grows well (Sagina subu-lata).

Also, shaded places under trees can be planted with evergreen perennials, grasses or ferns. An example would be the marshmallow (Pachysandra terminalis), a plant with erect stems and leathery, narrow leaves, which after a few years form a dense layer of up to 20 cm. At the end of winter, clumps of husk look nice. Also among the sedges there are species, which together with the common fern (Lap podium vulgare) and pick up a ribs (Blechnum spicant) form a decorative element of a winter garden.

Evergreen perennials
Periwinkle - Vinca minor
Bergenia sercowata — Bergenia cordifolia
Dębik — Dryas x suendermannii
Dziurawiec - Hypericum calycinum
Gęsiówka - Arab running
Karmnik ościsty — Sagina subulata
Common Hooper - Asarum europaeum
Kosmatka - Luzula sp.
Heart-shaped curler - Globularia cordifolia
Thymus - Thymus praecox
Ożanka proper - Teucrium chamaedrys
Common Fern - Polypodium vulgare
Podrzeń ribowiec - Blechnum spicanl
Posłonek — Helianthemum hybr.
Sedum - Sedum sp.
Skalnica - Saxifraga sp.
Turzyca — Carex
Evergreen garment - Iberis sempervirens
Ukwap dwupienny - Antennaria dioica
Common ring - Armeria maritima
Runianka — Pachysandra terminalis
Acena - Acaena buchananii