Are you rock-garden phobic? Does the mere mention of the word ‘rockery’ throw you back to the 1980’s? Personally, I love them!
Growing flowers in a dry garden can be a real challenge. Here is a list of drought resistant flowering plants.
How to grow and care for this attractive late-bloomer. The perennial ‘Autumn Joy’ Sedum, is a versatile, clump forming herbaceous Stonecrop and well suited to a dry spot in your garden.
Their is something hugely satisfying and comforting about the sight of miniature, hardy alpines in a rock garden weaving their carpets of colour around well placed stones. Here are some great alpine plants to try.
For low maintenance, easy growers – you can’t beat Sedums. A few ideas for growing these succulent perennial plants.
There are many plants that are very good at coping with extremes in weather, Sempervivums, also known as Houseleeks or Liveforever are such plants
Don’t turn your back on rockeries – Alpines are used to a hard life as it is!