Fence Planters – Gardeners who want to recreate a garden with low maintenance that has a classic feel about it should try landscape design with parterres. Easy-to-grow boxes like the Boxes sempervirens will provide a framework for complicated designs in larger gardens or smaller projects for smaller ones. With a modern aluminum fence providing a background with an Edwardian wrought iron theme. The frame of the gallery can be fill with colorful (Erysimum). Wall flowers or yellow pansy flowers (Viola x wittrockiana) to provide a traditional feel.
In a small garden, intricate patterns with winding curves won’t work, but small-scale mazes will work. By using the planter in the middle of the labyrinth as a focal point, parters are best view from above. Such as upstairs windows on the top floor or terraces on split floors or terrace gardens.
Unfortunately, making parters from scratch requires several years because gardeners wait hedging growing into patterns and dimensions for their landscape design. Gardeners must remember, when planting their boxes or lavender plants. That fences plant closest to aluminum fences will eventually spread. So that sufficient space needs to be kept free between aluminum fence panels and hedging fences.
Buxus sempervirens is the best plant to use for hedging, however, its slow growth can be frustrating. Fence plants that grow faster are lavender (Lavandula). But this type of hedgerow is rather unruly and needs to be maintain, after being established, and however. It makes a fragrant and colorful appearance lure butterflies, bees and bees into the garden. The fence height must not exceed 25 centimeters. Land needs to be well prepared, dealing with perennial weeds, which may hide on the ground, because they will cause problems later on. Many organic materials must be excavated to improve soil conditions for hedging, which after all will be there for years to come.
Pansi is ideal in winter as a filler of color, when everything else is green. In the forget-me-nots, the wallflower or primula provides a colorful background for lights such as narcissus and tulips. In summer, planting options are very surprising. Gardeners can stick to the color scheme or let their imagination get messed up. Each part of the parterer’s design can show the bed plants or different colors for example. It is best to ensure that the same base plant is planted in the individual segment of the partner for coordinated distribution.