Perennial Borders

perennial borders


In the middle of the Botanical Garden are the large perennial borders.The plants along the walls and in the slope up to the large lawn flowers mainly in spring and early summer. Most plants that appear here are easy to grow.

The borders real climax occurs from midsummer to late fall. The plants are arranged in a sliding scale from pale pastel to strong warm colours in the Middle around the ancient bronze fountain from Japan.

Color composition with perennials is an English tradition, which is primarily based on the garden architect Gertrude Jekylls work around the turn of the century.

The basic idea of this part of the garden is to show visitors a rich assortment of perennials, available on the market. In addition, the ambition is to give examples of beautiful combinations of plants.