There are some steps you can take to help improve a plant’s chances of survival in frequent or heavy rain, but it’s also useful to intentionally fill your garden with plants that can tolerate wet feet. This article will delve into the best plants for heavy rainfall and soggy conditions.
There are many plants that thrive in sandy soils, so a sandy garden can still be lush and productive, you just need to choose your plants carefully to ensure their requirements align with your soil type.
If your local climate experiences a lot of rain, or your soil is boggy, then perennials that thrive in full sun and wet conditions will be the mainstay of your garden. Here we investigate the best perennials for wet soil and full sun.
Perennial plants which produce red flowers that bloom all summer will ensure there is long-lasting color and interest in your landscape. Depending on your climate, perennial plants will remain all year long, or they may die back in winter to re-emerge the following spring. Here we look at the best red perennials that bloom all summer.
Tall perennials in particular work well under tall trees, producing height and an architectural look, along with life and color beneath the canopy of a tree.
Plants that bloom all summer long are always hugely popular in home gardens because they add beauty and color to the garden, and are able to be enjoyed and appreciated for an extended period of time. Plants that bloom for an entire season which are also perennials are even better, because this means they will keep coming back each spring without having to be replanted.