New reply from Rosyposy

Hi Agnes

It sounds as though you’ve got a good idea about what you’d like your garden to look like. Annuals will give you instant colour in the summer whilst your perennials and shrubs get established – great idea! I love floaty romantic flowers like sweet peas, gypsophila and lobelia. Or English country flowers like hollyhocks and cornflowers.

There’s so much choice! My garden’s a bit neglected at the moment but next year it’s going to look fab! I’ve got so many ideas – I hope I get the chance to make it happen!

Good idea for go with clematis, too! Especially to hide ugly walls and fences.

Good luck, Agnes!

Original Post by Agnes

Starting from scratch!


Having recently moved into my first home, I am now excitedly planning my garden remodel for next spring! I’ve thrown in lots of spring bulbs at the front but the back needs a lot of work!

I love gardening but can only dedicate little time as I am very busy bee! Does anyone have any recommendations for fuss free gardening?

I have some potted hydrangea’s that I am going to transfer into the garden, but would like more! I’ll be throwing in some Buddleja Buzz too!


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