What kind of Plants Would Look Great in Your Garden?

What kind of Plants Would Look Great in Your Garden?

There's always space for one more plant, no matter how big or little your garden is! To keep your garden fresh and exciting, plant different kinds of annuals or switch out what you place in your planter boxes every spring.

However, for year-round color and interest, the backbone of your landscape should be a combination of perennials, shrubs, and trees.

Before you start planting, consider how much sun or shade an area of your garden gets. The term "full sun" refers to 6+ hours of direct sunshine, and part sun" refers to around half of that.

Here are a few of our absolute favorites for rounding out any garden:

  • Rose

    Roses are lovely and romantic in any garden setting, whether you have a tiny urban plot or a large, country backyard. They aren't as selective as you may believe!

    Multiple types have been produced to be long-blooming and more immune to diseases, and they don't need to be deadheaded or have spent blooms dismissed so they keep flowering.

  • Hydrangea

    Hydrangeas are near-perfection: They flourish in practically any climate and come in hundreds of various types.

    One prevalent misunderstanding is that any hydrangea's bloom color may be changed. The truth is that just a few species of hydrangeas—some big-leaf and mountain hydrangeas—change color when aluminum is present in the soil.

    Hydrangeas can grow to be a few feet tall and wide or up to 7 or 8 feet tall and wide, so study the label before planting to ensure there is enough place for it to spread.

  • Succulent

    Succulents are a terrific addition to your yard because they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. They're simple to grow, and the thick leaves can withstand drought.

  • Ornamental Tree

    Small decorative trees give a stunning focal point and add character and structure to a landscape. Look for

    • Japanese maples, which have delicate leafage, fascinating bark, and gorgeous arching limbs;
    • redbuds, which have little pink or purple flowers in the early spring and lovely heart-shaped leaves;
    • smoke trees, which have bunches of airy seeds and flush leafage that becomes orange in the fall.
  • Edible Plants

    Why not let your garden do double-duty? Many edibles are appealing and useful in planters or beds. New varieties of vegetables have been produced specifically for receptacles.

    And new types of strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries have been produced to be more compact and windy, so they look as fine as they taste.

Choose the Plant that Fits Your Garden Best

Whatever you choose, you have to remember that there is a collection out there waiting for you! Come discover it at TUILLY.

With us, you may find the perfect plant and also learn all about what makes plants and plant accessories so incredible. TUILLY is here to deliver all the help you need!

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