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Coastal Perennial Garden Designs for the home garden, Landscaping designs

    Coastal Perennial Garden Designs for the home garden, Landscaping designs

    Transforming your barren, coastal home landscape
    into a seaside oasis can be an impossible task to imagine undertaking. The constant challenges of poor, sandy soil, shifting dunes, glaring sun, strong winds, and salt spray could be enough for many to throw in the trowel. Paying attention to the microdimates around your coastal nook can help you to create the perfect Etera Shoreline View garden. The plants in this Etera signature collection are adapted to survive in well-draining, droughty soils, but it is always wise to improve the soil with healthy topsoil and compost, as well as using additional drip irrigation while the plants are getting established. Mulching the garden with compost, seaweed, or other organic material will seal the soil against moisture loss and erosion and continue to improve your garden’s bloom. The Shoreline View collection will especially benefit in a position sheltered from the wind, such as near a fence, wall, or hedgerow, or on the leeward side of a sand dune. A combination of smart garden techniques and sturdy Etera Perennials that thrive in tough seaside conditions allows you to garden against all odds in the surf and spray of America’s coastal villages.

    helpful hints

    • Drip irrigation is the best bet for watering your windy coastal garden.
    • Add compost and mulch to your seashore garden to improve moisture retention and fertility in the soil.
    • Continue to remove spent Daylily blossoms as the summer progresses and you will have blooms all season long.
    • If you live in Zone 5 on the coast of Maine, make a substitute such as panicum ‘Trailblazer’ to replace Zone 6 Kniphophia ‘Flemish.’

    coast perennial

    to. Achillea ‘moonshine’
    b. Achillea ‘terracotta’
    c. Aurinia ‘goldball’
    d. Coreopsis ‘moonbeam’
    and. Euphorbia polychroma
    F. Euphorbia ‘chameleon’
    g. Hemerocalllis ‘eenie allegro’
    h. Daylily ‘happy returns’
    Yo. Hemerocallis ‘little winecup’
    j. Daylily ‘pardora’s box’
    k. Daylily ‘pardon me’
    he. Heuchera ‘firefly’
    m. knautia macedonica
    no. Kniphofla ‘flamingo’

    33 Garden Designs for your home:

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    Coastal Perennial Garden Design
    White Flower Garden Design
    Grass Garden Design
    Pastel Flower Garden Design
    Rose & Perennial Garden Design
    Bright Colorful Garden Design
    Perennial Corner Garden Design
    Butterfly Hummingbird Design
    Silver & Blue Garden Design
    Bog Garden Design
    Pink Flowers Garden Design
    All Year Flower Garden Design
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    woodland border
    Hosta Shade Garden Design
    Rock Garden Design
    Cold Hardy Perennial Garden Design
    English Garden Border Garden Design
    Driveway Sidewalk Garden Design
    Prairie Garden Design
    Flower Garden Design
    Entrance Shade Garden Design
    Hot & Humid Garden Design
    Flowering Party
    Red White Blue Garden Design
    Late Season Garden Design
    Southwest Dry Garden Design
    Garden for Children
    Butterfly Garden Design
    Hummingbird Garden Design
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