Nicola recommends choosing a colour palette of four or five colours which helps to keep the scheme cohesive.
In terms of climbing plants, opt for an evergreen like clematis, which provides a beautiful and colourful display. “It’s a bit like forest gardening where you build up the planting in layers. Start with one bed first and allow at least five feet between plants of the same family. So you might have a bed of tomato plants underplanted with salad leaves like lettuce and rocket or edible flowers mixed in. Get the best from your garden with our advice on planting and landscaping. Browse articles on the best furniture for your garden, outdoor entertaining and more.
Benefits of a gardening project for people with dementia in nursing homes
These projects transform your vegetable plot into somewhere more productive, more attractive and more secure. Charles Dowding, innovator of no dig, teaches you … Read More