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Long and staggered blooms: a more flowered garden, longerSpring had brought its share of new blooms, and announced a year of wonders in the garden. Certain plants and flowers, certain trees, such as sakura, daffodils or a little later, peonies, are ephemeral; and barely open, we are already sorry for their near end by dreaming of the following year ... To make this indescribable pleasure last, gardeners are increasingly looking for long-flowering plants, or even so-called 'rising plants', who have more than one interest (two or even three) throughout the year. Here is a selection. You should be spoiled for choice since there are more and more…
Perennials, for an easy and very flowered garden
Jean Pouillart of Globeplanter.com, on the other hand, particularly likes the népéta, which has "all the advantages of lavender in more flowering, more resistant to heat, cold and humidity, and which lasts longer. more melliferous and extremely decorative, you can cut it into a ball, divide it into tufts and multiply it infinitely! The perennial geranium macrorrhizum also makes tufts that bloom very long, and even smother weeds so much it is so tempting and invasive "Jean Pouillart" is also thinking of rudbeckias, which are in fashion at the moment, and which offer more and more collections, of all colors: a treat! ". The guide to easy-to-grow plants (Rustica editions) also talks about aster (flowering from May to November depending on the variety), bellflower (from May to September), nasturtium (from August to October), perennial geranium (from May to October ), impatiens (from May to November), poppy (from April to September depending on the varieties), phlox (from April to September), sedum or stonecrop (from May to October depending on the varieties), cinquefoil (from May to October, especially shrubs), primroses (from March to August depending on the variety), or hollyhocks (from June to September), ornamental tobacco (from June to October), speedwell (May to September depending on the species), Tom Thumb® agapanthus (May to September) ... "Thoughts are also essential in the garden for their very long bloom between autumn and winter and spring: they last several months, even more than 6 months in certain varieties, only interrupting in the coldest of winter ". Marie-Thérèse Lambert, in her Garden of Hawthorns, also advises sage, her essentials: "Perovskia or sage from Afghanistan flowers from July to September". And let’s add the coreopsis, the forecastle, the gaura, the osteospermum, the wall daisy, the diascia (apple blossom), the hesperis or julienne des dames… The anthémis, the erigeron, the snapdragon, the penstemon , lobelia, echinacea, ibéris, hosta, lupine, daisy (leucanthemum), ibéris silver basket… Difficult to be exhaustive!