Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
We have inherited a small rockery with the property. It is probably not in the ideal position as it is quite heavily shaded and the only open aspect is to the east. The following plants seem to be doing quite well but there are some empty spaces which we have tried to fill, but without success.
Surviving plants are Primroses, Ladies Mantle, Lamb's Ears, Heather, Mini Daffodils, Sedum, Heuchera, Brunerra 'Jack Frost' and Liriope Muscari.
Can anyone suggest a few possibilities to augment this planting that stand a better chance of surviving than the ones we have tried?
- 18 Sep, 2010