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The red photinia leaves and blue ceanothus flowers will provide interesting spring colour, while the hebe has white flowers in summer.
SEASONAL CHEER: Shrubs such as, clockwise from top left: euonymus alatus, hydrangea and Hebe 'Autumn glory' can make your garden come alive
Drought-tolerant plants such as geraniums, agapanthus, alliums, phormiums, euphorbias, hebes, verbascum and nepeta ease the burden of watering, and most established shrubs and perennials need less watering because their roots go deep enough to find moisture.
Many of us use droughttolerant plants such as geraniums, agapanthus, alliums, phormiums, euphorbias, hebes, verbascum and nepeta to ease the burden of watering, and most established shrubs and perennials need less watering because their roots go deep enough to find moisture.
And if you want an all year-round display that won't need changing with the seasons, you could plant your window box up with permanent plants such as skimmia japonica, dwarf conifers, hebes, dwarf lavender and ivy.
Earlier this year, we were all bemoaning the fact we'd lost a lot of subjects, especially shrubby plants like hebes, cistus, lavenders, rosemary and sage.
Camellias, which will start flowering in the late winter, are also to be recommended, along with California lilac (Ceanothus), the sun rose (Cistus), Hebes, Hydrangea, Lavender, St.
Permanent plantings on patios of milder gardens could include some pittosporum and hebes.
If you don''t want an endless battle, the best solution is to plant species which they don''t like, such as hardy cranesbill geraniums, hydrangea, pinks, hebes, potentilla, lavatera and plants with hairy or narrow leaves, or succulent types such as sedum.
We used to use Cordyline australis everywhere but many have been killed off, as have lots of hebes.
Good, compact, low-maintenance shrubs with a long flowering season include potentilla, hebes, low-growing cistus or patio roses.