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    What plants are the most aesthetic


    What are the best plants to grow in a front garden from an aesthetic and environmental point of view?

    Asked by Bill on 19th Jan 2022
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    R A Cummings Horticulture

    "I guess plants like holly which is aesthetically pleasing lovely berries which feeds birds and are colourful in winter also good cover for bird and insects, also can be pruned regularly if required"

    Answered on 28th Jan 2022 - Member since Mar 2021 - report
    Dream Landscapes

    "Best answers will be from garden centres they will advise"

    Answered on 31st Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report
    Rikesh patel

    From an environmental point of view, a perennial garden would be most valuable as little disturbance of soil allows it to build up carbon and life over time. Designs that have attracted my attention are mandala gardens that look amazing, check them out. Choices are endless as many plants adapt to local conditions over a few seasons and depends on how you wish to use that space. Diversity in nature is key to a thriving community of plants anywhere as they help each other via underground connections through mycelium. Look up the moon gardener online as she is showing what’s possible beyond our usual design ideas to functional spaces with purpose.
    Hope that’s useful."

    Answered on 31st Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report

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