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When planting perennial garden geometric or organic shape plants,where and how do you position? And which planting method do you prefer? Here we will discuss this important planting ideas and the related concepts of flower planting, shrubs and trees.

Most perennial garden plants include flowers. They are mainly grown in place of other perennial plants, thus they are planted in the center, along the perimeter, in row, in islands, to fill gaps or balance the overall plant in the planting. You can look at the next diagram to understand more clearly where you should position.

Common garden planting patterns of regular shape planting method

Note: these patterns are as a reference, you can use and make changes according to the location you are in, climatic condition and aesthetic requirements.

Important component for perennial planting

You can make a reference from the "how to plant shrubs" here to learn the basics for planting a perennial garden. Although the planting methods and approaches are different, these three principles will be useful in your planting.

* Begin with healthy planting material and keep this at the forefront of your mind.

* Create the best planting environment for plants.

* Design the plant distribution according to your needs.

This year, I am planning to use pots and bottles for perennial plants in addition to annual plants. Because for perennial plants, they do not grow and regenerate very quickly. So you will need to give them enough time to grow, mature and then bloom. In the past, I planted many perennial plants like Elisanto, Zinnia, Cosmos, Japanese Forsythia, Gardenia, Hydrangea and Campanula.Now I only planted annual plants like Sweet William, Wandflower, Brugesia, Coral Bean, Rosemary and Cotoneaster.

Next year, I will try to find the same plant with a bigger pot size (usually 10cm-30cm). I will also design the planting plan and will focus on planting annual and perennial plants. If you have planted annual flowers, please share what your practice was for the upcoming years!

Thank you for reading this post, enjoy your planting. Do you have any comments, feedback, or advice? If you have, please feel free to share them with us.

Do you think the above plant could do well in your planting? If you are planning to buy plants, you can look up to "Our plantstore" which was previously called "Welcome to my garden".

Thank you so much for reading this post and sharing your views, feedback and ideas with us. Do you have any comments, feedback or opinions, which we can work on next year? Any ideas for our next articles? Thank you.

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Thank you for your visit to our blog and your comment. Do you think the plant could do well in your planting?If yes, can you recommend some good perennials that you think should be included? If no, could you please recommend some plants that you would like to see next year? If you are looking for perennials with flowers, there are so many selections of annuals and perennials that will do well in your garden. Some common plants are listed in the next table.

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1. No. 2. Brugesia – a good choice of small and fast growing perennial. In my planting, there are a lot of Brugesia are included. In general, Brugesia are very strong in terms of growth and flower stalks. In contrast, there are some plants, like Calendula or Echinacea, that have a little slower growth. They usually tend to be "chokey" which can stop the plants from reaching their full potential.2.Ficus benjamina – I planted this plant as a focal point and as an accent plant. Ficus benjamina is one of the most popular street trees. It also has a lot of flowers and an umbrella shape makes it attractive. However, it has become quite invasive, particularly in urban settings. Be aware of this before planting it in your backyard.

Thank you so much for your visit and your valuable comments, feedback and ideas. We are very interested in the Brugesia, Calendula and Echinacea. As we usually plant annuals in our garden, we might not have this type of planting pattern but we will look at these three plants more closely. For more plants and seedlings, do you have any website you could recommend? Thank you so much.

Thanks for your reply. I like the idea of having flowers in the center, how much would they do well? It is better if they are in pots since they grow very well as you mentioned. Do you have any suggestions for me, if so, please do comment.



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