I hope someone can help and I apologise for it being long winded
We live in Manchester and over the past 2 years have renovated our front
garden (terraced house )in a victorian style with tiles and rope
edging.We have planted the garden with roses,euphorbias,laurel,fotinia
red rodin,hebes and hydrangea.
All looking very good.
Now I have built 2 x10 ft length x 20 inches width planters in the back
garden, these planters face west/south west, they get the sun pretty
much all day except from maybe 2pm till 4 pm this is due to the house
I am looking to plant the planters up with evergreen flowering shrubs.I
am looking for low growing shrubs growing up to maybe 1 to 1.5 max
metres high at the back of the planter and maybe 50 cm at the front.
I have been looking at the following for evergreen shrubs so that they
look ok all year round
Would these shrubs be suitable? or can you suggest others
I would also like to plant some perenials which would compliment the
above shrubs but have no clue as to which ones.
I would like the 2 planters to match symetrically if thats a good idea?
If anyone has a design or planting scheme I could use so the planters
will look good I would be very grateful.
thanks in advance