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Perennial unpretentious flowers for giving (photo)

Choosing perennial varieties of flowers for planting on his plot, the summer resident gets several advantages. They are as follows:

  • early bloom
  • No annual seed purchase costs
  • flowers grow in one place for several years
  • no time spent growing seedlings
  • good tolerance of light frost,
  • opportunity to get your planting material.

Selected by the timing of flowering, color palette, the height of the bush, they will bring joy to the gardener, starting from the time of the first arrival to the country and ending with a steady decrease in temperature.

According to the height of the bush, all perennial flowers fall into three categories:

  1. undersized - a plant with a height of up to 50 cm.
  2. sredneroslye - bush has a height of from 50 to 80 cm
  3. tall flowers can reach heights of up to 1.5 m.

There is another type of perennials - climbers. They usually serve to decorate the facades of garden houses, they are masking household buildings, hiding behind a wall of climbing vines an unattractive look of fences.

Their description together with high perennial chains in the next article.

Pansies (Vittroka Violet, Viola)

The flower, with such a beautiful name, and looks accordingly. Having collected a variety of shades and bright saturated colors in one low bush (15-30 cm), the viola cannot leave any gardener indifferent, so she necessarily takes pride of place in a flower garden, on a flower bed or container.

Its main advantage is that it begins to bloom in late April, reviving the dull view of the summer cottage after the winter. And the whole summer period will continue flowering if you remove wilted flowers in time. Otherwise, all the forces of the plant will be directed to the maturation of seeds.

An unpretentious and evergreen plant called periwinkle small is widely used on personal plots. This flower, a height of about 40 cm can grow almost without care.

The color of the flower petals may be pale blue, and may be dark blue. There are species with lilac flowers. The flowers are not large, the size in diameter is 3 cm.

Thanks to the work of breeders, periwinkle varieties with white, red and shades of pink flowers appeared.

The choice of a place for planting periwinkle is also not difficult. Knowing that it grows well and develops in open areas, and calmly tolerates penumbra, you can let it grow under the crowns of young apple trees.

In this case, he will also perform the role of a ground cover plant, along with his direct purpose - to bring joy from the contemplation of beauty.

Windbreaker (anemone)

To low-growing varieties of anemone is a gentle anemone and ordinary anemone. The love of gardeners to this flower is caused, first of all, by the fact that it starts to bloom in late April, as soon as the snow leaves the place where they are planted. It is nice to see in a gray, not yet awakened garden, cheerful glades of colorful anemone.

Anemone tender - charming primrose, with a stalk height of only 5-10 cm, with white, pink flowers, like chamomile. Flowering lasts no more than three weeks, and by mid-May completely stops. And a month later the leaves fade.

Anemone vulgaris (backache, sleep-grass)

This type of anemone also belongs to primroses. Flowers, purple, red or white, are bell-shaped and appear before the rosette of leaves develops. Dream-grass propagates by sowing seeds into the ground, and it will delight only in the second year. In the first winter of the plant is better protected, covered with spruce leaves or sawdust.

Both varieties of anemone flowers with a short flowering period, so it is best to place them near higher perennials, the latter, growing, hide an unsightly faded anemone.

Carnation grass

A low plant with a height of a thin stem of 15-30 cm. It is precisely because the flower has a thin, unstable sprout, it is prone to lodging, forming a flowering plant in any corner of the summer cottage. Carnation flowers do not differ in large size, but they are pleased with the variety of colors, from white, pink to red.

The main advantages of carnation grass can be attributed to its simplicity in care, good tolerance of winter cold. Seeds of carnations are distinguished by good germination, and can even multiply by self-sowing. Therefore, sometimes take care of planting should still.

Carnation is used as a grass and as a ground-cover plant, planted in tree trunks. Summer resident gets a double benefit: no mulching of the soil under garden trees is required, and rational use of space - no flower garden is needed for planting a carnation of grass.

Among the undersized perennials, flax occupies one of the honorable first places. Possessing an amazing, soft blue color of petals, it will be appropriate in any flower garden.

Flax is also called a flower of one day, for its ability to bloom in the morning, and to drop its petals in the evening. But its flowering does not stop because of this, in the morning new buds will bloom.

Flax flowers are not large, 2-3 cm, but due to their abundance on a bushy bush, less than half a meter in height, it looks charmingly.

Flax is propagated by sowing seeds into the ground, in spring or summer, in which case it will bloom in the second year. But if there are already flax bushes on the plot, then it can be propagated, and should be done, by dividing the bush. Lyon and self-sowing reproduces well.

Planting bushes of flowers is better in groups, so they will be more sustainable, and in combination with chamomile the result will be a flowering meadow directly in the summer cottage.

Along with the classic sky blue color of flowers, there are varieties of other colors:

This is also flax perennial

  • In flax and yellow flax - the color of the petals is dazzling yellow, golden-sunny,
  • flowers of fine flax - white or lilac,
  • closest to the classical type is flax hard-fiber, with bluish-purple color of the petals.

All varieties of flax are cold-resistant, unpretentious in care, can grow on any, even poor soil. But the place must be sunny, otherwise you can not wait for flowering.

Among the many species of perennial phlox, one can distinguish a group of plants with a stem height from 5 to 15 cm. This is a styloid phlox. Creeping plant, with early and abundant flowering.

The next group - turfy phloxes - consists of both ground cover plants and bush-shaped flowers.

Combine their common rules of cultivation.

For phlox, it is preferable to have an open sunny place, it can grow and in the sun will well transfer the partial shade. After flowering, it is necessary to remove all dry inflorescences, this will give the plant the opportunity to continuously form new flowers.

Shortening of the shoots has a good effect on the general form of phlox, in this case plantings with phloxes will look like a solid green carpet.

Plants in care are not demanding, they easily tolerate winter. And with a minimum of time spent on care, they will bring a maximum of positive emotions.

The calm tones of a plant that has a spherical shape often attract attention of amateur flower growers. Low, about 45 cm, the cuff is the best suited for growing on the plot.

Funnel-shaped leaves, which, due to their shape, are able to hold water droplets on their surface, make it especially attractive. In the morning, when dew appeared or after the rain, small silver balls froze in the center of a hairy leaf.

The flowers of the cuff are small, yellow with green tint, and are collected in fluffy loose inflorescences. Flowering continues from June to August, and if you remove wilted flowers in time, then in September they may appear a second time.

The cuff is well suited for highlighting colors with a brighter color. It can be peonies or roses. Growing it close to the early-flowering plants, you can hide the faded leaves of the latter.

At one place a flower can grow up to ten years, both in the sun and in the shade. Cuff unpretentious in the care, hardy. Capable of growing even on a rocky surface. All this makes her the favorite of many gardeners.

Daylily care

The plant requires at least 6 hours of direct sunlight, but in hot regions the flowers with bright colors must be shaded, otherwise they will fade. The soil should be wet, but with good drainage. It is best to plant a daylily in the spring so that it is strong before the winter. But if the cold season is harsh, then in the first year it is preferable to dig it up or at least cover it well before the heat returns.

Generously compost the soil before planting, leave enough space (30-60 cm) between the seedlings. Dig the bulb no more than 2-3 cm. In the first year, the daylily is particularly demanding for watering, and then it is resistant to difficult conditions.

When you notice that the plant has begun to bloom less, this may be a signal that it has grown too many "babies", it is time to divide it. This usually happens after 3-5 years from the moment of landing. The operation is also best done in the spring.

If you need flowers of perennial, unpretentious, with an interesting form of a bud, delicate aroma and amazing vitality, then these beauties are your best choice.

Irises have three large outer petals that look down and three inner vertical ones. The former may have barbs or fluffy scallops. They come in different colors and sizes.

Most irises bloom once - at the beginning of summer. Some, mostly bearded hybrids, are remontant and bloom again a little later.

Irises need a sunny patch and well-drained soil. Planted flowers in the middle - end of summer in shallow wide holes. The top of the rhizomes are left open or slightly crushed with earth in hot regions. Indeed, unlike the bulbous ones, which need to be buried in the soil, they love sunlight and can rot under a layer of soil.

These perennial unpretentious flowers are extremely easy to clean. It consists in accurate watering, without remoistening of the soil, it is also impossible to overdo it with fertilizers. Old flowers are cut when they are wilted, and the leaves are left - they continue to feed the root throughout the season. Every 2-5 years, the bush should be divided and planted.

This is a very beautiful unpretentious perennial flowers to give. Photos of peonies in all their glory inspire them to grow.

And after the luxurious flowering is completed, you will not have a naked flowerbed, but a lush green bush, which in the fall will acquire a reddish-golden color.

Perennial can even survive you - peony bush lives up to 10 years. Plants require minimal maintenance, after they are planted in a good place they should not be disturbed, they react very painfully to transplantation.

These perennial unpretentious flowers need an abundance of sunny color and loose, well-transmissive soil. Peonies are not even afraid of cold winters, because frost contributes to the formation of buds in spring.

Peony Care

For planting take part of the rhizome with eyes from an adult (3-5 years) bush. The duration of the procedure is autumn (September-October), before the first frost. The place should be unshadowed, open, protected from the wind. The soil needs to be fertilized. Plant the plant in a wide hole with eyes up to a depth of 2.5-5 cm.

After that, as with previous perennials, care is minimal. It is necessary to fertilize a bush only if you have very poor soil. Water it in a timely manner, remove faded buds and cut the foliage for the winter to eliminate the risk of overwhelming diseases.

Many in the first-aid kit have tincture from this plant. But in the gardens of perennial unpretentious flowers are not as common. And in vain, because even in the strongest heat, Echinacea will delight you with large flowers. Their classic color is purple with a convex brown cone-shaped core, but there are varieties that have petals of red, yellow, orange or white. Echinacea attracts butterflies and birds with its fragrance and grains.

Most often, the plant propagates with seeds that are sown in spring, loves sunny places and fertile soil. Echinacea should be watered at least once a week. In the spring you should do the feeding with compost and mulching. The faded buds need to be cut not only in order to more actively appear new, but also to prevent the unauthorized spread of the seeds. Every 3-4 years divide the bushes. More often the plant should not be disturbed, it does not like it.

These perennial unpretentious flowers for flower beds can serve as an example of a spectacular appearance and ease of care. There are lots of varieties and colors, you can always choose a variety that you like. Phlox bloom bright beautiful ball, which consists of small five-pointed flowers.

Prefer open sunny places, but will transfer a thin shadow from the trees. Propagated by seeds or cuttings.

Plant should be planted in a rich, fertilized soil. Leave about 30 cm between the flowers so that they can grow well and not interfere with each other. Adult flowers are fed with compost and mulch the earth around them. Although the garden phlox and drought-resistant plant (because it comes from field phloxes that can withstand harsh conditions), it is recommended to water it at least once a week. For the winter should take care of shelter.

The most unpretentious perennial flowers that bloom in autumn

Of course, these are chrysanthemums. In the fall, when everything starts to fade, they explode in a burst of violent flowering. They come in various shapes, sizes and colors: white, yellow, pink, orange, red, lavender, purple and bicolor. There are low-growing bushes and almost meter-long giants.

Chrysanthemum can be grown from seed, dividing the rhizome, buy ready-made seedlings or even plants in pots. Once in 2-3 years it is better to replace them in order to avoid problems with pests and diseases. The division of the bush is better to produce in spring. Depending on its size, this should be done every 3-5 years.

These perennial unpretentious flowers for the garden like unshadowed areas with loose fertilized sandy soil. Subsequent feeding is optional, but desirable. In order to enhance the formation of floral ovaries, when the sprouts reach 20 cm, they need to pinch. In the winter pruned stems to 20 cm and cover.

Secrets of the care of garden irises


It's hard to imagine a garden without it. elegant flower, it is beautiful not only in the flower garden, it is irreplaceable for registration of reservoirs, rest areas, very suitable for drawing up monoclum. It reproduces simply: by dividing the rhizome, it is better to do this in early spring. Irises are different: some of them like open sunny areas, others prefer penumbra and humidity, such as Siberian irises. In size and color, these colors have a huge variety of options. There are miniature bulbous irises, they are simply indispensable for alpine slides. Irises are unpretentious, but they need sufficient watering and occasional “ground”, as their rhizomes often become exposed over time. It is better not to prune them for winter, leave it until spring, so they endure harsh winters better.


In contrast to the tree peony, the herbaceous peony is a plant for teapots. If you plant its rhizome in early spring or at the end of August, it will delight you with flowering next year. It is a pity that the period of its flowering does not last long! The peony loves plentiful watering, top dressing - only mineral, it transfers poorly organic chemistry. He definitely needs good drainage - add sand to the soil during planting.


Truly "folk" flower, a win-win decoration of any flower bed. Chamomile blooms long and long cut. Propagated by dividing the rhizomes, but you can make it and their seedlings, sowing the seeds in cups in late February. It is better to plant chamomile in the ground at the end of summer. Watering and fertilizer - the usual. It should be noted that chamomile can be completely transplanted during the whole season, you only need to pritenit it when transplanting for 2–3 days. In addition to the nivyanik, the well-known white chamomile, there are also colored “chamomiles” - pyrethrum, their flowers are smaller, but they are very bright.


Why are all these plants put together? They have a wonderful overall quality: they are all great for decorating shady corners: they bloom in the shade. All these plants are best planted with rhizomes, from seeds it will turn out less successfully. Their planting material is very easy to get - it is always on sale. Their care is also similar: watering, sometimes - dressing, best of all with mineral fertilizers during flowering, and in spring - with organic matter and timely removal of faded blossoms. The soil is suitable for them any. Hosta is a plant with the most decorative leaves, which can be green, blue, and variegated, with a white border, and yellow. And the size of the leaves can be any: there are dwarf hosts specifically for alpine slides, but there are just giants. Although this plant is mainly decorative, it also blooms with beautiful lilac "bells" on long peduncles.


These perennials are similar even in appearance, they are tall, spectacular, bright. Они помогут составить ансамбль в любом цветнике, придадут ему и структуру, и оформят задний план, а их соцветия гармонируют с любыми другими «ландшафтными формами» на вашей клумбе. И по агротехнике они также имеют много общего. Лучше всего получить свою рассаду, посеяв семена в конце февраля в горшочки.They have no problems with germination, you must get good seedlings and take root in a permanent place, it will also be very successful. It can be planted in the ground either in spring or in summer; at first, carefully weed out the weeds and water it abundantly. Soil - does not matter. You can fertilize both mineral fertilizers and organic matter, but too often you don’t need it. These plants winter well, and in the spring they “start” early.


Very attractive trouble-free flower, guaranteed to decorate the garden from spring to frost. That's right, because this group includes not only the familiar autumn asters. Perennial asters have many species. In late spring and early summer, Alpine aster flowers bloom, this flower is low, 25–30 cm. Italian aster blooms all summer, this plant is of medium height, 40–60 cm. Well, at the end of summer, New England and New Belgian asters begin to bloom, until frost (until November). In the same period aster heather blooms, it was you who most likely saw it, it is the most common in our gardens. It blooms lilac flowers. In general, perennial asters have a wide range of colors: white, yellow, blue, pink, red, lilac, purple. Perennial asters prefer nutritious soil, organic matter, and necessarily lime. Planting is better not to thicken, so that the plants are well ventilated. Tall asters need to be tied to supports. It is necessary to propagate asters once every 3-4 years, when the bush begins to bare from the inside. Plants need to dig up, divide the roots and transplant to a new place. This should be done either in August or at the beginning of May.


They are indispensable in the garden of easy care, and indeed in beautiful garden. There are many varieties of phlox, with flowers of different colors. There are even phloxes - “chameleons”, which change their color depending on the illumination from crimson to lilac! At the same time, the essence of plants has not changed - these perennials behave like weeds - they take root and grow vigorously, sometimes displacing other plants. Phloxes grow well in the sun, in partial shade, and even partial shade is preferable for them. In general, without any care, phloxes can grow and bloom up to 8 years old, but their flowers gradually become smaller. Therefore, they sometimes need to be fed with organic matter or any kind of flower fertilizer, and from time to time they should be watered abundantly - then the flowers will be large, and the lower part of the stem will not become bare. Once in 6 years they need to be divided: dig and chop the rhizomes and move to a new place. You can even divide the bush with a shovel right on the spot - undermine the bush, chop off part of the root and move it to another place, and fill the hole with the rest of the root again. Plant phlox better early spring. But if you had to do it in the fall, you do not need to cut the stems with leaves.


This perennial flower is familiar to everyone! He is just one of those plants that "grow themselves." "Golden Balls" is a popular name. In fact, the flower is called Rudbeckia dissected. At its core, this is a malicious weed that grows everywhere, always and even in the absence of care. It is necessary to follow it so that it does not overwhelm the whole area and does not remove other types of ornamental perennials.

Adding an article to a new collection

If you do not have the opportunity to frequently visit a country site, if you are new to floriculture, or your garden is not for capricious plants, this selection is for you.

That your garden was buried in flowers and at the same time did not need your close attention, it is worth planting such plants that do not require special care. Here are some of these cultures.

5. Geranium magnificent

Add to the garden blue - it is often not enough. Great geranium does not require special attention. It grows up to 50 cm in height and can bloom even in partial shade. Although the plant blooms briefly (from May to June), in the fall it again reminds of itself: the foliage acquires a reddish tinge.

7. Eastern Mac

Will not take too much trouble and poppy Oriental. This plant with fairly large scarlet flowers will be a bright accent of your flower garden. If you plant on the site early and late varieties, you can extend the flowering of the crop from May to July.

It is difficult to imagine a flower bed where stonecrop would be inappropriate. Culture adorns the garden throughout the season, even though the plant blooms only in late August. Sill is very unpretentious, but prefers sunny places and sandy soils.

11. Yarrow

Tiny flowers of a yarrow would look not so effectively if they were not gathered in inflorescences baskets. Be sure to plant this plant in your garden, if you can not often go and see the cottage. Yarrow blooms from June to September - a surprisingly long time.

In the "lazy" garden will also be indispensable phlox. They are of different colors, there are even varieties, "chameleons", changing color depending on the lighting. At the same time, plants are so unpretentious that they can be compared with weeds: they take root well and grow quickly.

The host blooms in July, but the beauty of this plant is not at all in flowers, but in the leaves that adorn it from spring to autumn. Unlike many plants from our list, the host likes penumbra.

This plant not only adorns the flowerbeds with its rich pink and purple buds, but also exudes a charming aroma. Sage blooms all summer, which is another of its advantages. The height of the bushes is small - 30-50 cm. But this allows you to grow sage even in a small garden.

15. Echinacea

Echinacea is good not only because it is undemanding, but also because it can grow in one place for a long time, delighting those around you with its stunning flowers. And this plant has amazing healing properties.

A flower bed of unpretentious perennials not only decorate the site, but also allows you to save time on rest or gardening.

The most unpretentious flowers to give

Each plant has its peak flowering. You can create such flower beds, which will always be good - flower beds of continuous flowering.

How to create a flower garden of perennials?

Take any part of our garden and depending on its size Start planning your flower garden:

  1. Planted plants are 15-20-30 to 50 centimeters high.
  2. On the second - we plant plants that grow up to 50 cm.
  3. On the third plan we can plant plants with a height of 80 cm.
  4. In the most recent - fourth, fifth plan, and so on, there may be plants getting higher and higher.

Thus, our flower bed is arranged in tiers. If we pick up such plants that will bloom from May - we will be just happy because every day this piece of our garden will be unique, it will be interesting, it will always change and attract our eyes.

In order to know what time the plants are blooming and to plan the flower garden correctly, need to know the height of each plant. Today, even one perennial species has a mass of varieties that are 30, 40, 50 and 100 cm tall. The same plant can have different heights, but they bloom at the same time.

Now on sale there is a huge amount of planting material of a variety of perennials. But what to choose, that by all means there was a success? And what plants do not deliver much of a hassle and require a minimum of care?

Very interesting crocuses on the lawn. In the fall, plant this perennial on the edge of the lawn or on some of its plot. In the spring the lawn grass grows not so actively. Crocuses will bloom and please the eye for two weeks. And after they have bloomed, they can be mowed with a grass mower.

Crocuses remain in the ground, there they do not interfere and overwinter well. Every year they will grow. Just imagine their violent bloom in the spring against the background of green grass!

Spring perennial flowers, primroses. They are called the keys of the garden - they open the spring flowering. Primrose - it is always freshness, beauty. There are a lot of varieties. For example, Primula finely toothedthat can be grown from seeds. It has large bright pink, purple, white flower stalks and blooms for three weeks, and if the spring is cool, then about a month.

Unjustly forgotten gardeners ear primroses. They are terry, semi-terry varieties - plants of amazing beauty. Blossoms very copiously twice per season: in May - June and in August. Well endure the shadow and do not always love the bright sun. Not afraid of frost.

He comes out from under the snow powerful, beautiful, with slightly withered leaves that can be collected for tea. He has a beautiful, brilliant foliage and then begins a magnificent bloom. Badany grow well near water, on the hills. Today, a huge number of Badanov colors have appeared. Some have very small, compact foliage and it can be dark burgundy. Badan grows almost everywhere, it is unpretentious, with flowers of different colors. Some varieties of perennial very neat, miniature - for small gardens.

To replace the Badan, or simultaneously with them, crested hens. These are perennial plants that have a peculiarity to disappear somewhere. And they just disappear foliage and they fall asleep until next season.

On the stalk, at a depth of 4–5 cm in the soil are onions, they accumulate nutrients from the foliage, die off, and begin to germinate again in the spring. Flowers are white, pale pink, lilac, blue. Gorgeous, openwork foliage forms a fantastic cloud in the garden.

It blooms in May with blue flowers that look like forget-me-not. Blossoms 2-3 weeks. And then there are beautiful autumn leaves, which are very luxurious, with excellent color, have either a cream edging or luxurious silver. Bruner sufficiently shady plant and likes to have enough moisture. Leaf diameter can reach 15-18 centimeters. Very unpretentious, stable, easily restored after returning frosts. Grows well and grows in one place long enough.

The next baton of flowering takes goryanka. This plant is the first plan - The height of the mountains is small, up to 40 centimeters. They bloom very interesting - small flowers, which are like small moths or angels of soft pink, red, white.

After flowering, the foliage becomes very unusual, original, as if painted with a purple tint. In different varieties of mountains, beautiful patterns begin to grow around the edge of the leaf. Besides the fact that they bloom for about a month with beautiful flowers, then they also delight us with interesting foliage. Goryanka is a super-durable plant that grows steadily on any soil, even on the poorest, in the shade, and in the light.

Perennial plan, which grows on slopes and near reservoirs.

It blooms in May - June with pink flowers. Foliage is varigated - with white stripes, or dark. The leaves of her, like lawn grass - thin.

It blooms for a month and a half and then grows in the form of a beautiful green bump. Re-blooms in August.

People call it "broken heart". Flowering - May - June for 2-3 weeks, depending on temperature. The height of this plant can be up to a meter, with beautiful drooping escapes in the form of hearts of amazing beauty.

It is well combined in color with peonies or other flowers. There are so many different varieties, differing in size and color.

Peonies are very diverse. Species peonies are now gaining popularity: thin-leaved, they are both terry and semi-double. Not a very big flower. But what a magnificent foliage! Luxurious bushes! Some gardeners do not plant peonies in the country, arguing this way: “He’s only blooming for two weeks, like lilacs.” But when you look at this bloom, at this flower, even if it blooms one day, you should have it in the garden because it is a lot of beauty, a lot of emotions, a lot of impressions.

Therefore, if there is at least a free square meter in the garden, grow a tree peony and its magnificent bushes for many years you, your children, your grandchildren and great-grandchildren will admire. This will be the highlight of the garden. Tree Peonies There are different colors.

Agricultural technology is quite simple. But there are small nuances:

  1. The pit under the peony should be prepared in the fall or better to plant peonies in August. But how can they be planted in August if they are sold in March or May? Simply: take a peony, plant it in a pot of 2-3 liters and take care of it throughout the summer so that it has a good root system. A pit under a peony should be 60 centimeters by 60, well-filled with compost so that it develops superbly there. From a pot in August, plant a peony in a permanent place.
  2. It should be sufficient wateringbecause the root system is deep.
  3. Cut out extra shoots and flower stalks when the bush is very thick. And in order for peonies to bloom with very large, double, beautiful flowers - we just give it the same step as tomatoes.

Aloe phlox

It grows curtains, balls on the slopes. Mandatory haircut. Each year, you can slowly separate and rejuvenate: in cloudy, rainy weather you tear off a piece of curtain, replant where you need it. Get acclimated easily, grows well. It comes in different shades, different varieties, of which there are 12–15. Besides phlox subulate, there is phlox splayedIt blooms in June with a soft blue and white cloud.

Blossoms in May - June throughout the month. After flowering - haircut that phlox tolerates very well. It consists in cutting the overgrown cap, which is growing very quickly and in August the second flowering begins.

Swimsuit

The next plant that can not be abandoned - bathing. We are well aware of frying or lights in our forests.

Decorative bathing has not only a bright orange color - they can be yellow, cream or almost white and come in different heights. Bloom also within a month. Superb grow in gardens.

Otherwise they are called catchments. These are plants that resemble charming elves and look simply unearthly, striking in their beauty and tenderness.

They pereopilyatsya, creating all sorts of shades: pink, pale blue and blue, air, with a height of 15 cm to a meter. The diameter of the flower is from 2 to 10–12 cm. And also aquilegia is a long-liver.

A very interesting plant of the first plan, perfectly keeps its shape and if you need some kind of beautiful border, then you cannot do without gravilat. It has beautiful foliage and very bright flowers. They can be yellowish, orange, bright red, crimson and burgundy. Can be with edging.

It grows with luxurious shrubs, it is very unpretentious, it is not necessary to do anything with it, the pests hardly touch it, diseases are not terrible to it. If you give him a little bit of compost soil, he will give you a very abundant flowering.

Irises are different:

  • Marshlandswhich are sown themselves and grow about a meter high. Their growth must be limited, otherwise they will occupy half of the site. Therefore, plant them in a large plastic jar without a bottom and then slowly share. Make sure that the seeds do not scatter, otherwise you will have to dig them out.
  • The following irises are bearded. If there is such beauty on earth, why is it not in your garden? You can land these irises so as to cover up what you do not like on the site. During flowering in June, bearded irises appear beautiful beards, silky chiffon flowers of amazing beauty: pale pink, striped, brown, pure black and black with blue. Therefore, no iris can not imagine any garden.

Iris has one peculiarity: they do not like vypryvaniya and can freeze slightly. Therefore, mulch them for the winter. The soil should be with sand and additionally for the winter you sprinkle them with loose soil - it is possible with peat, so that they have covered rhizome.

  • Siberian Irises - These are butterflies, moths of magnificent magnificent colors. But the main thing - after flowering, they create a magnificent vertical green color with thin leaves that are simply gorgeous in flower beds. They bloom also about a month, a lot of flower stalks. Growing in the shade and in the sun, on wet and drier soil - very unpretentious.

Gentian

Star in our garden. Very bright, gorgeous, small plant that blooms for two months.

It grows rather slowly, so it is difficult to divide it because it has one rhizome.

Flowers are white, blue, pale blue, in nature there are still pink.

Veronica

Always good. It grows from 30 cm to almost a meter tall. Forms vertical spikelets that create a special charm and charm in the garden. Very unpretentious, grow on any soil. If they fade away - no need to worry: they need to be cut off and new shoots grow out of the sinuses again, and begin to bloom again. Be sure to plant these plants.

Geranium

This is not the kind of geranium - pelargonium, which we used to see on the windowsill - that garden geranium. There are so many different kinds. They bloom from June to September. Then they cut it almost to zero, but they leave it at 5 centimeters. Literally in a week - after two you have a beautiful bush again and it can re-bloom. Do not be afraid to cut geraniums. You can propagate as seeds and roots.

Bells

This is a plant that tells us that the middle of summer has already arrived, and there is no cold long ago, and everything is blooming all around. They are small, ground cover, as well as a height of one and a half meters. They bloom June - July, some longer. Колокольчики бывают разных видов: персиколистные, широколистные, молочноцветковые. Белого, розового, голубого и сиреневого цвета. Это огромные шапки, которые цветут на протяжении двух месяцев.

Колокольчикам нужна щелочная почва – они не будут расти в глинистом грунте. Им нравится бедная, песчаная, сухая почва. You have noticed that the bell grows beautifully on stones, but as soon as you plant it in a flowerbed, it disappears there. He is not afraid of frost and loves a haircut.

So, the framework of one article does not allow to talk about all the perennials that can adequately decorate your garden plot. These are perennials such as:

  • Daylilies
  • Yarrow
  • Astilba
  • Buzulnik
  • Monarda
  • Sedum
  • Phlox
  • Echinacea
  • Klopogon
  • Crocosmia
  • Astra is a new Belgian
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Geicher
  • Hosta
  • Lungwort.

Autumn beauty

If peonies are associated with the last bell, then asters, of course, are held in high esteem on September 1 and Teacher's Day. Still, since they bloom from late August to mid-October, they come in different sizes, colorings and shapes. Asters - perennial flowers, unpretentious, photo flower beds with them proves how effective they can look.

The conditions for caring for them are similar to caring for chrysanthemums. After all, both plants belong to the same botanical family - the Astrovie.

You can grow both from seeds that are sown in early spring, and from seedlings, if the spring in your area is cold and protracted. And you can buy adult plants in pots.

Astra loves sunny areas, but can cope with a little shading.

The plant should be watered at least 1 time per week, fed with compost every spring and protected from weeds. High varieties worth tying up. Pinching the tops also gives good results.

In winter, the old foliage is completely cut off and covered with a plant.

Every 2-3 years, the bush must be divided so that the aster continues to flourish.

For problem areas

All of the above plants require sunny spots for optimal development. And what to plant on the north side of the house or under the trees? Pay attention to the hosts - the flowers are perennial, unpretentious, while perfectly growing in the shade. Most of all, they are valued for beautiful lush foliage. However, many species will please the gardener with interesting flowers on a high stem, in the shape of a funnel or bell, sometimes resembling lilies. Coloring - white, lilac or purple. It blooms from June to October, depending on the variety.

Caring for hosts

It should be noted that not all varieties like thick shade. The lighter the color, the more sunlight the plant needs. Therefore, for particularly shaded areas, choose varieties with dark, saturated green leaves.

The pit should be abundantly composted. While the plant is young, it requires a lot of moisture, but make sure that it does not stagnate. In the future, the hosts will also appreciate timely watering, but adult flowers normally tolerate short-term droughts.

Plant care is spring dressing, protection from slugs and a small shelter for the winter. Khosta grows beautifully in one place for several years, moreover, the bush will reveal its full potential no earlier than 3-6 years after planting. It is not necessary to divide it only if you want to propagate the plant.

Here such perennials will decorate your garden and will not deliver troubles.