Wild perennials from the deciduous forest

Wild perennials from the deciduous forest

The plants described below can be planted in the shade of not very dense deciduous trees and shrubs. These perennials grow mainly in Central Europe, but they can be found all over Europe. They bloom in spring, when they can still enjoy the full sun, to then grow in the shade of trees. They are anemones, primroses, violets, kokorycze and hepatics. In the garden, they form one group with the common periwinkle, a cuckoo and a common hoof or a praginia. Sweet dream and lily of the valley, despite the slender inflorescences, is planted at the end of the rebate, because they spread thanks to well-developed underground rhizomes. On larger surfaces and under taller shrubs, the soil is well covered by the yellow and spotted woodcorn, producing long runners. Between them you can plant narrow-leaved lungwort, violets, different species of sedges, a slender, large-flowered bun or a strongly growing hairy, female common room or common fern. Some of the perennials discussed here grow well near shrubs, putting up with light sunlight. These include the eagle, bluebells with rough leaves and purple foxglove, which has purple bell-shaped flowers embedded on a strong flower stalk. The forest pane grows well in sunny places, and shaded areas, therefore they can be grown on the edge of the stand.

There are many wild perennials that grow in non-European countries, very similar to the species described above and already at home in our gardens. We have only listed some of them, already checked in our conditions. You should also be aware of the various grasses and ferns, they too are part of the garden.

Wild perennials from the deciduous forest
Periwinkle - Vinca minor
Hiemoborus foetidus
Crooked bell - Campanula trachelium
Epimedium — Epimedium x versicolor
Fragrant violet - Viola odorata
Yellow gajowiec - Galeobdolon luteum
Jasnota plamista — Lamium maculatum
Corydalis empty - Corydalis cava
Arborvitae - Polygonalum multiflorwn
Lily of the valley - Comallaria majalis
Common Hooper - Asarum europaeum
Hairy giant - Luzula sihatica
Miodunka wąskolistna - Pulmonaria angustifolia
Naparstnica purpurowa — Digitalis purpurea
Lesser spotted eagle - Aguilegia vulgaris
Common Fern - Polypodium vulgare
Forest paradise - Arurtcus dioicus
Primula haughty - Primula elatior
Stemless primrose - Primula yulgaris
Cuckoo thirst - Waldsteinia geoides
Hepatica - Hepatica nobilis
Turzyca cienista — Carex umhrosa
Spring illusion - Omphalodes vema
Wieloś - Polemonium x richardsonii
Wietlica female - Athyrium filix-femina
Japanese Anemone - Anemone japonica hybr.
Large-flowered Anemone - Anemone sylvestris - Tiarella cordifolia