A perennial is a flowering plant that lives for three or more years.
Perennial beds need to be well dug initially to loosen the soil and then amended with compost or other organic material.
Vita Sackville-West’s granddaughter Juliet Nicolson says that her grandmother’s “presence still fills the garden.”
Vita Sackville-West’s planting philosophy : “Cram, cram, cram, every chink and cranny.”
Liatris attracts lots of those lovely Monarch butterflies into our gardens.
Most flower gardeners have either beds or borders or both.
There are many mounding plants, but they need to be interspersed in a garden with some vertical accents.
Use this shrub as a focal point or in a shrub border to create fall interest.