Currently it’s the time of Eryngium, Persicaria and Monarda in our perennial borders. Fantastic prairie garden plants that get along wonderfully with the drought. In addition, bee magnets and offer a very wide color palette.
In mid-July, we now grant the garden – and us – a summer break until mid-August.
The hedges are already drifting through again and the cutted perennials have already made plenty of growth again. Today’s rain does the rest to help the nature a little…..
In the middle of August we are looking forward to the second flowering of catnip, cranesbill and roses. These are joined by Helenium, Vernonia, Persicaria, Phlox, ….