Tall and short together: work well for flower borders

by Natasha Starkell | | 3 items | rudbeckia hirta , verbena , flossflower , bristly cone-flower | 0 comments | Rating: 0 votes

Summer quartet of rudbeckia, ageratum, verbena and

Easy look to achieve, this summer border combines tall flowers and short groundcover for the perfect display of colour.

Put the tall plants at the back of the border, plant the mid-size plants in the middle, finally add groundcover plants at the edge. There is not much more garden science than that... Oh, and knowing if this set is going to survive in your garden of course.


Ageratum houstonianum

Verbena bonariensis

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