Pergolas are the ideal place to relax, creating a pleasant shade in the summer, protecting from slight weather fluctuations, but also from curious views of passers-by or neighbors. In the pergola we find a place for yearlong rest. And when we spend a lot of time in a pergola or gazebo, it is good to beautify this place with appropriate flowers.
are the ideal place to relax, creating a pleasant shade in the summer, protecting from slight weather fluctuations, but also from curious views of passers-by or neighbors. In the pergola we find a place for yearlong rest. And when we spend a lot of time in a pergola or gazebo, it is good to beautify this place with appropriate flowers.
In particular, climbing plants are best suited for pegolating and refining the pergola, which in addition pleasantly overshadows the place for sitting. So we have to think. Do we want evergreen plants? Or do we want plants blossoming? And do we want annuals or perennials? Yes, seemingly simple and complicated. However, if we know that we can not devote much time to our garden, we prefer perennials or evergreen plants, so that we also have time to enjoy sitting in the pergola.
First, we have to take into account the soil possibilities around the pergola. If the pergola or gazebo is in the immediate vicinity of the house, it is possible that the soil will be loaded with debris or other construction waste. But here is a simple solution. Inappropriately, we simply remove the original soil and replace it with good soil. Then come the lighting conditions. Do we have a pergola in a shady or very sunny place?
In the half-timer, we plant Klematis, which blooms throughout the summer season, and in different color combinations will revive every sitting. Since it does not have stalks that are themselves wraps, it must be attached or untied.
Who likes evergreen walls will surely come to the taste of the ivy, which does not freeze and is evergreen. The same service will be done by us. The ivy has a lingering tendrils, and the Pugler sticks to any kind of support, so we're having trouble getting rid of them.
Beautifully blooming and well-suited Trubacs. With proper care (cutting early in spring, in humus-rich soils with not too large dressing) is a beautiful plant that will not only shade but perpetually decorate the pergola.
Climbing plants are a wide variety and it is only up to us what color, smell, and hence species we prefer. Each plant, if we adequately irrigate, fertilize, dry the inflorescence, will delight our view every time we stop or sit in a pergola or gazebo
. If the climbing gardens in the garden are successful, then we can also plant them in the garden walls, woods, poles and garages