I need a little help and advice if possible. I have one section of a border in my front garden that is in full shade and goes up against my privets'. The drainage is extremely poor even through I have put loads of manure and sand in it on a regular basis to help drainage, but to no avail. I am looking for a hardy perennial that will look nice, smell nice, be no higher that 2ft but does flower - I don't care what colour it is, just something that will look nice and pretty in a small front garden and something the birds, bees and butterlies will like.
If you could possibly give me some suggestions on what to use that would be brilliant.
Thanks to everyone for your input, its been really helpful
Hi everyone, does anybody know if there is a variety of the Narrcissus plants/flowers which is a hardy perennial which won't need much sun and the soil in will go in is rather crap?
- 2 Apr, 2012