The very BEST time to plant perennials + top tips on filling a gap in your border

Henry Macaulay of Marchants Hardy Plants on the best time to plant, how to fill gaps in your border and other expert border tips.
00:00 Welcome
00:22 Marchants Hardy Plants:
00:30 Secret Gardens of the South East by Barbara Segall (note that Amazon links are affiliate, see below)
01:01 What’s the best time to plant perennials, shrubs and trees?
01:40 Which plants should be planted in the spring?
02:37 How to fill gaps in a border
03:02 Why you need to clear a good space for new plants in a border
03:25 How to choose plants to add to an existing border
04:16 Contrast different shapes of flower or plant
05:05 Adding grasses to a border
06:58 Henry’s top plants for a beautiful herbaceous border
07:08 How to grow salvias video:
08:30 How to keep plants in pots over winter to plant in spring
09:30 Check what treatment your plants need by keeping the label or asking the people who work at the nursery
10:07 Two more top tips

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