Perennials, Vines, Shrubs and Trees
Companion planting adds that finished look to your garden,that is very important. Once you learn which perennials, trees, shrubs,and perennial vines to plant along othwr ones, you'll have a nicer looking garden. If you blend your garden into your landscape with the right companion planting, you will be much happier with the over-all effect. The entire yard/garden, will be encompassed as one, instead of an isolated flower bed. You will therefore turn the entire landscape into a garden!
It is important to keep everything within scale, so that one thing does not over-power the other.
Scroll down to find which gardening Flowers Trees to plant in your yard.
Perennial flowers return each year to repeat their cycle of blooms. They are hardy plants that usually make up the biggest part of the garden.
Different Types of Flowers
Different Types of Roses
Deer Resistant Perennials
List of Perennial Flowers
List of Flowers
Purple Perennial Flowers
Dianthus Perennial Flowers
List of Purple Flowers
Shrubs form the lasting framework for your garden design. They are four-season companion flowers that add beauty all year.
Rose of Sharon Bush
Trees in the landscape, create a setting in which other plants grow. They are a dominant element, or backbone of the landscape.
While your garden is young, and beginning to grow, established trees give the garden a sense of age.
Trees turn carbon dioxide into oxygen, therefore cleaning the air, and removing pollution. Leaves form the trees make wonderful compost and mulch for the garden. The tree branches give shelter to birds. Flowering or ornamental trees add more beauty to the yard.
Tree planting guide
Flowering Crab Tree
Golden Chain Tree
Royal Empress Trees
Weeping Cherry Tree
A great companion planting for your Roses are perennial vines such as Clematis. They look nice growing with climbing roses.
How to Prune Clematis
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