Quite often, experts in the process of gardening, use the so-called architectural plants in order to emphasize the originality and beauty of the landscape, to combine several zones into a coherent composition.
As a rule, this phrase refers to perennial or annual herbaceous plants that have unusual shapes, unique flowers, original leaves, bright fruits.
For the first time to use architectural plants were the British. They placed unusual flowers and shrubs as the Central part of the compositions, making out homesteads.
Somewhat later, this direction was actively used by the inhabitants of Europe. To us the fashion for planting plants of unusual shapes and sizes came a long time ago. Continue reading
Unpleasant and inappropriate wind in open areas is a common problem faced by garden owners.
Even if you are in the most beautiful and cozy garden, the impression of the stay can spoil the unpleasant draft.
The wind can harm not only people, but also plants. Many varieties die due to the fact that the strong wind breaks the branches, does not allow the plantings to develop fully.
Especially dangerous cold and gusty wind in winter.
If you want to avoid the appearance of drafts in the garden, we recommend that you follow the recommendations that we list below: Continue reading